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SLODNN One Year Later

It has been a year since I undertook moving my SLO development to the DotNetNuke (DNN) platform. I now have a working SLODNN version. The port took a long time as DNN works substantially different from a standalone server-side application. … Continue reading

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DDN7 install for module development

These are my notes (found first time through they should be followed very closely) =========================================== Resources for setting up DNN7 with module development Overview http://www.chrishammond.com/blog/itemid/2616/using-the-new-module-development-templates-for-dot.aspx Download DNN7 http://dotnetnuke.codeplex.com/ Help Videos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5C2VX6Lbgg Install Templates  http://christoctemplate.codeplex.com/ DNN setup copy DNN Community Edition files to … Continue reading

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Game Changer – DNN

I was searching for component options to integrate into SLO (wiki, blog, forum) when I realized I could build SLO to integrate into an existing framework with those components. This led to searching web content management systems which led to … Continue reading

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SLO Vision

I thought it would be useful to state my vision of SLO. https://sciencelabsonlinedev.wordpress.com/the-vision/  

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Forum/Blog/Wiki Software

I’ve been pursuing collaboration software to bolt onto SLO (rather than building from scratch). My software constraints are to run under asp.net 3.5 with MSSQL, not be costly and have source available for customization. Also integration with SLO authentication (single sign-on using .net … Continue reading

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Development progress update

The SLO web grading component is now being actively used with the Capilano Physics labs. It completed the fall 2012 semester maintaining lab grades with final lab grade reports to the course instructors. Features include sessions, custom bonus/penalty, grade groups, … Continue reading

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Blog beginning – goals & tools

I have begun a two-year, half-time leave (sabbatical) to pursue web use with 1st year Physics labs. I also believe this really extends, in large part, to all science labs.  Major components of my pursuits include: – gathering information on how … Continue reading

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