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June 2018

Kruse, Fabian [Fabian] - 19:10
For a few weeks already we have been offering early bird tickets for this year's ILIAS Conference in Lucerne, Switzerland. If you order your ticket before the June 30th, you save 60 Swiss francs compared to the full price of 450,00 CHF. ILIAS Society members get another discount and can order early bird tickets for just 340,00 CHF.

You can find further information and the registration link on the conference website.

If you already ordered your ticket, please make sure to book a room in time. We expect Lucerne to be fully booked during September. We have prepared a Hotel Booking Service for your convenience.

And if you would like to check the conference programme before ordering your ticket, you can always find the current version on the website.

April 2018

Kruse, Fabian [Fabian] - 15:25
Göran Kattenberg from our Dutch Premium Partner Future Learning created an English version of our "Beipackzettel" for ILIAS 5.2 and 5.3. He offered to share it with the international ILIAS community and we are happy to distribute it on the blog.

The "Beipackzettel" is our twist to more comprehensive release notes. It highlights the most important new features of each major ILIAS release and provides example use cases. The texts can be used for free at your institution to help users access and implement new features.

Feel free to download it here:
Thanks a lot for your work, Göran!

March 2018

Kruse, Fabian [Fabian] - 10:28
The 17th International ILIAS Conference will take place on September 6th and 7th in Lucerne, Switzerland. The hosts would like to invite all users of ILIAS, as well as all those interested in e-learning generally, to actively take part in this year's conference with scientific contributions or user-reports.

Contributions can be submitted in the following core topic areas:

February 2018

Kruse, Fabian [Fabian] - 12:23
The blog post from 2015 on how to create a responsive column layout (English version posted in March 2016) is certainly one of the most often-read posts in the ILIAS blog. It serves as a guide enabling users to create multi-column layouts that work on both computers and smartphones, without the users having to have an extensive knowledge of CSS.

January 2018

Kruse, Fabian [Fabian] - 10:54
After many months of developing and testing ILIAS 5.3, we’re happy to announce the release of the first stable version. It includes 124 new features, catering to universities as much as to corporate and institutional users.

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