I want to create a programmes and courses catalogue. To achieve this I am thinking these steps :
- Create a content type which contains the programme's details and named it Programme, eg. Bachelor of Engineering.
- Create another content type which refer the programme as a parent and named it Course, eg. Electronics Lab.
- Add another reference where the course have dependencies with another course, eg. Electronics Methodologies (a dependency of Electronics Lab)
Is there any module for this or any other way?
Our company's aim is to design, develop and implement educational projects in the field of Information and Communication Technologies.
We are currently working on the development of a global educational project based on Drupal.
We are looking for a Drupal developer with at least 6 months of experience with Drupal 6.x, who is willing to join our team and who has the following skills:
- Experience in the development of LAMP web solutions
- Experience in requirements gathering and analysis
- Good knowledge of Views, CCK, i18n, migrate, drush, etc.
- Custom module development
We are looking for a 50% time web coordinator that can work at the beautiful University of Colorado at Boulder campus in the Information Technology Services department. This is a six-month temporary position with likelihood of becoming permanent employment.Read more
Posting to inform the Australian group about http://eduglu.com/ it seems there is a lot of people within Australia that have not heard of this distro. Please get on and have a look as it is an amazing distro and shoud at least be reviewed when you are looking at an LMS.
@kylematthews is the creator of edu glu, please have a look and consider helping out on the project, which can be as simple as downloading it and having a play and reporting issues or your use to Kyle.
I am totally new to Drupal and unsure how to set Drupal up in a way that makes sense for multiple non-profit orgs helping the poor and marginalized here in Columbia, Mo. I would like to connect with someone who can help me build up a stable Web presence such that multiple people can contribute to a site but it retains its "non-Drupal appearance" (at least to some degree) and allows for a singular editorial voice.Read more
Thank you for your interest. This position has now been filled.
This full-time position will work collaboratively with the Marketing Communications team, most notably the assistant director of public relations, to plan, implement and manage Union College’s online presence.
• Managing and maintaining the college’s content management systems which currently include Drupal for the main site, WordPress for microsites, UNL Event Publisher for calendaring
• Assisting in the management of the college’s presence on external sites, including social networks
Drupal Developer– Course Hero
Course Hero is looking for a Drupal Programmer to help launch a sister site for CourseHero.com. The sister site will feature educational videos and study materials for college students. We also will be integrating features from the Open Scholar project to allow educators to manage / upload new content.
This position is for a mid / senior Drupal programmer. The position is full time and you will be working on-site.Read more
The Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts (CDIA) is seeking contract web designers and developers in Washington, DC to teach daytime and night/weekend classes in a variety of Drupal topics (and other web development topics).Read more
We* are in the process of building out a Drupal Commons install with Organic Groups (one per class) for experimental use as a rather primitive LMS. We need help getting galleries to work for each individual OG and then feed images to main site. Initially we would like to hire a consultant on an hourly basis but our long-term goal is to migrate completely to Drupal so will hopefully have lots more work.
You can respond to this post and/or directly to me: [ email@example.com ].Read more
During Drupal cxo in Brussels we had several interesting session on training. In a personal reflection about the discussions I would like to give my understanding how we could get more young people (students) into Drupal via education.
I'm looking forward to your opinion about this reflection.