Welcome to the Drupal in Education group. This group is an umbrella group for supporting and discussing the various uses of Drupal in educational settings.
List of education institutions using Drupal.
This is a case study I presented at Latinoware 2012, one of the top FOSS events in Latin America. This event happens every October at Itaipu's Technology Park, situated inside the Itaipu Dam.
The Itaipu Dam is the world's largest generator of renewable clean energy and is considered to be one of the seven modern Wonders of the World.
This is a full-time on site, salaried position.
No contractors, please.
Weill Cornell Medical Library is looking for an entry level web developer who has strong Drupal experience.
– Two years minimum working experience
– Familiarity with Drupal
Nice but not crucial:
– LDAP, Active Directory, MySQL, XML, RDF, SPARQL and OWL
Effective Date of Posting: October 14, 2012
POSITION: Drupal Web Specialist/Graphic Designer
GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:Read more
The San Diego Higher Education Technology Summit is aimed at providing University Administrators with the tools and knowledge to implement a successful web presence for their faculty, staff and students.
Today’s competitive marketplace makes Admissions and Marketing the crucible to provide the answers for today’s hot questions - How to create new revenue, new markets and new audiences? How do you keep a student's college experience both enlightening and fun? How do you get your graduates to keep coming back and enhance your institution's reputation?Read more
We do a lot of website development for educational institutions (Penn, Temple U and others) and I am offering a six-week online live training course starting next week. We've had a lot of people from educational institutions take this in the past -- you can take the 10% percent nonprofit discount if you work for a school or college.
Class size is limited and may sell out soon. If you need to pay by PO, let us know.
Here is information about the courseRead more
For some reasons I can't figure out why my D7 homepage style format mess up. Every other pages style formats appear they way they suppose to be except the homepage. Can you someone please help me solve this nightmare issue I'm having with my site.
Site URL: http://ulaalib.org/
This is the current list of blockers for me with Drupal 7. This is split into three areas: Drupal as a Course (1 course per Drupal site), Ulmus, and ELMS. Drupal as a course is a different distribution that has yet to be named.
Drupal as Course: MOOC Distribution
- HTML Export - Allow for dump to a tar package (now ArchiveTar is core in D7)
I noticed the Drupal based Education Sites page is getting long. Considering how much of it is US-based, I propose moving all the US-specific content to a separate wiki page and then linking to it from the main page.
Any concerns with this?
I'm "back in town" after taking a 3-4 year hiatus from active drupal usage. Used to be an active member of Boston and Education groups. I'm helping build a new website for my kids' elementary school PTO, WardPTO, on Drupal 7, and I have a number of questions. Hope it will be OK to post questions here and get pointers. Some of these may seem "elementary", but hopefully folks will humor me.
First question - Is anyone aware of good examples PTO websites out there? I'm especially interested in ones running on D7.
I need someone help me to complete my website with paid ($$$ US) :
I build a website in Drupal6 for schools ، Each school is an (OG_group) , I need to build custom muddles to do these tasks :
teacher admin page (Show picture no 1.1) :
If click on administrate course ,it will dip lay drop down box (display as collapsible- expanded ) and cantinas :Add term and delete term from users .
2- Administrate terms courses name (show picture no 2 )
We are looking for an experienced Drupal developer with confident client skills who is ready to build and support complex Drupal applications.
Required credentials for this position are:Read more
Are you an educator teaching Drupal at college level? Do you know an educator who'd like to teach Drupal?
I'm trying to reach educators who are teaching Drupal as subject matter at college level.
Cross-posting in a few places where it may not be directly related, but we too often focus on Drupal as an LMS, etc without attracting educators who could teach Drupal.Read more
CASRAI (http://casrai.org) is an international non-profit standards development organization for the research and development domain. It is a part of our mandate to demonstrate new methods of data management and exchange for researchers, institutions and funding agencies and to inspire new software solutions in the marketplace.Read more
If you attended NYC Camp or Capital Camp take 50% off our training classes August 13-15 in NYC in Soho from including D7 in a Day, D7 Site Building, PHP for Drupal, and Drupal Module Development. We sponsored two days of training at NYC Camp and we want to keep the Drupal learning going!Read more
Hello. I have a question, what will i do to save on a browser the last domain a user was on either on a cookie or a session or anythin else that will work so that whenever they type the main domain they are redirected to the sub domain they were on last even if the browser was closed and it is a new user who is trying the main domain. I have about 3 sub domains and the main domain. i am using domain access. See example below:
main.com <== TLD sub.main.com <== Sub Domain 1 sub2.main.com <== Sub Domain 2Read more