ILIAS is a platform for Web-based training. It is being developed at the University of Cologne, in Germany, using PHP and MySQL. It has been available since September 2000 as open software software under the GPL. The system's core is an authoring tool for creating courses. Other main components include personal desktops, a mail system, newsgroups, a group system, and system administration.
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Release Notes: This release mainly includes several bugfixes and improvements for the Test&Assessment tool.
Release Notes: This is mainly a maintenance release addressing some minor bugs and providing some updates. A Lithuanian user interface has been added.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release containing various minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: New features include a course management system, an interface to the Java-based chat and whiteboard tool "Babylon", LDAP support, an optional tree-like course overview, and support for VRML and SVG multimedia objects. Italian is now available as a system language.
Release Notes: New features include XML-based import/export for transferring courses from one ILIAS system to another, a modified multi-language concept which facilitates the creation of new system languages, file exchange within groups, and the integration of arbitrary file formats into courses. New system languages include Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, and French.