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LeMill is a web community for finding, authoring and sharing open and free learning resources. Its main target group are teachers and learning content authors, but anyone is free to join.
This site (http://lemill.org) is the home of the LeMill server platform. The open source software is developed in here. If you want to test or use LeMill, go to http://lemill.net. LeMill.net is a LeMill server hosted by us, the developers.
If you just need to get a general level information on what is LeMill, you may have of the overview at: http://lemill.net/content/overview-of-lemill.
LeMill is also known as "Learning Mill" or Learning Toolbox.
- Download -- Download the LeMill software, or read installation and upgrade instructions
- Contributing -- How to contribute to LeMill
- Login as "guest" (password "leguest") to create new tickets - for example if you want to report problems you've encountered
- Demo servers
- http://lemill.net -- Stable running preview server (running the latest released version, any modifications done here are preserved)
- Tag cloud of central concepts: Content, Learning Resource, Media Piece, Activity, Tool, Community, Member, Group, Group Blog, Collaboration Proposal, Material, Template, Multimedia Page, Presentation, PILOT?, Fle3?, WYSIWYM?, Learning Object?, Licenses?, Creative Commons?, Tips for Use?, LeMidlet
- LeMill: Quick definition of Learning Mill / Learning Toolbox
- Overview of LeMill from the user's perspective
- FAQ for LeMill users / Manual in FAQ-format
- ConceptMaps about LeMill
- Reports -- Calibrate project deliverables
This section is mainly targeted for the developers of LeMill.
- concept map about how tickets are used
- Weekly schedule -- Weekly timetable where developers mention when they're online and working on development.
This section is a collection of design ideas, notes, lists and other material. It may be a bit unstructured. :-)
- LeMill4? -- Various unstructured ideas for LeMill4 (2011)
- Communities -- About communities, communities of practice, communities of knowledge, communities of learning...
- VLEs -- About learning environments and how they relate to LeMill
- Vocabulary -- LeMill vocabulary
- SortingResources -- How to give points to resources and sort them in lists
- User Interface
- HumanInterfaceGuidelines -- Toolbox Human Interface Guidelines
- Here could be a link to "accepted prototypes" ticket report
- PILOT specification -- Technical specification and design of the PILOT material type
- Information architecture:
- Pedagogy -- Information on learning, pedagogy, LOs and ideas on utilizing them in this project
- Interfaces -- Interface specifications to other systems
- Other systems -- Collection of other learning related systems
- Technology -- Technical stuff
- Metadata standards -- Information on metadata standards and their comparisons.
- Participatory Design sessions:
- UserTesting -- User testing
- Design ideas -- Free brainstorming on designs
- NameIdeas -- Ideas for the name of the product
- Version names -- Symbolic names we use for each release
This section has information about what kind of communication tools and practices are used in the software development of LeMill.
- Mailing lists for developers, maintainers and users
- IRC -- IRC is used for daily communications
- Meetings and workshops
- Title index -- List of all pages in this wiki
Guidelines for developers
- Infrastructure -- Information on servers, services and tools for development
- PPTConversion -- How to setup PPT to images -conversion with Open Office
- Book list -- List of useful stuff to read in libraries or on the net
About this site
This site is for the development of the LeMill server software. Visitors to this site can browse all the content we have here (try out the buttons on the top of the page). More information on this Trac system is available in the Trac Guide.
Disclaimer: All content in this site is made by individual authors. Nobody takes any collective responsibility for the correctness of information here. But since this is a Wiki, you should have already figured that out. :-)