Release Notes: Integrated assignment dropbox and external tools modules (previously available as add-ons). Updated Common Cartridge support. A Search Open Learn module has been added for finding open education resources and importing them into ATutor courses. Recertified as a Common Cartridge authoring, import, and export tool, and as a BasicLTI tool consumer.
Release Notes: This is a stabilization release with a few new features: Vimeo video support, group photo albums, a module API extension for the content editor, and visual editor enhancements.
Release Notes: This release is primarily a maintenance release, fixing a few bugs, refining some functionality, and extending a few features. If you are using ATutor 2.0 and everything is working okay for you, you probably do not need to upgrade. Otherwise, users of older versions of ATutor are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible.
Release Notes: Common cartridge interoperability standard was implemented, adding authoring, exporting, and importing of cartridges. Prerequisite tests were added to control access to content folders. Fluid UI enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This release has an implementation of OpenSocial, adding social networking to the learning management system. The LMS has been turned off, and ATutor is exclusively used as a social network.
Release Notes: This is a significant release, with the addition of quite a number of new features, and further support for accessibility and interoperability standards. It has IMS AccessForAll and ISO FDIS 24751 accessibility, IMS QTI test interoperability, integrated content cackaging, gradebook integration, new system preferences, guest test data collection, module import/export, theme import/export, theme designer documentation, and the Fluid multi-file uploader.
Release Notes: The most notable change in this release is the conversion of the entire system over to the UTF-8 character encoding. Other new features include a new look and feel, two new DIV based themes (default and greenmin), a custom course-icon utility, and the ability to customize individual course headers. The new AJAX-based Google Search is used. Tokens were added to personalize course email. The ability to present tests and quizzes one question at a time was added. Visual Editor was upgraded with the latest version of TinyMCE.
Release Notes: This release adds additional test question types, QTI 2.1 test question exportation, batch management of student accounts, a new administrator enrollment manager, and a new DIV-based theme (blumin).
Release Notes: ACollab group functionality was integrated into ATutor, creating a new group user level. Collection group level tools were developed. ACollab users can now configure ATutor to provide most of the functionality ACollab had been providing. Another key feature is the File Storage utility, a personal file manager for students, groups, and instructors. It includes an Assignment Drop Box extension, where students can submit assignments and instructors can manage them. As always, features are accessible to assistive technology users.
Release Notes: There are some major changes to the underlying structure of the system. All functionality is now available in modules. The primary purpose for this change is to allow users to more easily create added features, or to create third party addon modules that link other applications into ATutor. New modules include a FAQ utility, a Google search feature, and an RSS feeds module. The EWiki, ATalker, SCORM Packages, and ACollab modules have also been updated, so it is now possible to add them to ATutor with just a couple mouse clicks.