Release Notes: Some of the new features are a course element that supports IMS Basic LTI interoperability, a wizard that simplifies the creation of OLAT courses, a pluggable QTI 2.1 test engine, and many improved features and components. The installation of OLAT for productive use got significantly easier, since you can download a WAR file to deploy in a Tomcat servlet engine instead of downloading source code.
Release Notes: The most important new feature is clustering. A second important new feature is internationalization. OLAT offers a new translation tool and an easier administration interface to install new languages.
Release Notes: Most importantly, some bugs in the chat and notification system were fixed. Other bugfixes and further improvements are included.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that fixes several minor issues. It is strongly recommended to install this update.
Release Notes: This release contains some important bugfixes and optimizes memory usage.
Release Notes: This is an important maintenance release that everyone should install. It addresses several layout and display issues and fixes other bugs.
Release Notes: This is a major release with a completely new user interface. The table based layout has been reworked to a CSS layout based on YAML. Besides over 260 bugfixes, some features and enhancements were added: portlet configuration, Web 2.a mode for enhanced accessibility, multi window chat, a new wizard component, a plain text editor, customizable user fields, and more.
Release Notes: This is a major feature release that is a big step towards Web 2.0 and usability. It includes new top navigation, a create groups form within the course editor, better publishing support, a new AJAX-based chat client, the ability to mark forum threads as sticky or important, splitting forum threads, an advanced user, course, and group deletion function, and new wiki-based help. Web 2.0/AJAX mode is now the default mode.