dorai at thodla.com
Thu Oct 25 14:15:01 CEST 2007
I have tried Moodle. It is a bit clunky. But we can probably use it as a
Take a look at this http://tryruby.hobix.com/
It has got to be something really simple (for the learner) to start with. No
downloading or installing.
Then we can progressively move up to more complex environments and end up in
something like Moodle. The problem I find with Moodle is that It is not very
easy for the learner to navigate even though there is a lot of power.
On 10/25/07, Sreekanth S Rameshaiah <sree at mahiti.org> wrote:
> On 10/25/07, Vishal <vsapre80 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Wow..thats a real good idea.
> > I am interested in working such a python resource...'cause I feel I am
> > in that boat of people..who dont know what they dont know. I guess creating
> > such a resource would help one learn Python automatically.
> > Website created in Python, for learning Python...
> > Any pointers...where to start from?
> I think as a community we should buile a LMS module for moodle to enable
> new-bees to learn python and evaluate them self.
> What do you all say?
> - sree
> Thanks and Regards,
> - sree
> Sreekanth S Rameshaiah
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