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Open source software development process for the development of open source e-learning systems

@inproceedings{Krishnamurthy2013OpenSS,
  title={Open source software development process for the development of open source e-learning systems},
  author={Aarthy Krishnamurthy},
  year={2013}
}
Over the last decade, numerous educational institutions and corporate world have employed various kinds of e-learning software solutions. One of the major components of end-to-end e-learning solution is the learning management system (LMS). These LMS are either developed as open source software (OSS) or close source software (CSS) product. In this regard, CSS for e-learning systems has a major drawback of being expensive and this hinders its widespread use. On the other hand, OSS is virtually… Expand
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