ATutor can be displayed in many different languages! Through the Langauge Manager completed languages packs can be selected and imported directly from the atutor. Installed languages can be edited, deleted or exported as an ATutor language pack for redistribution. When exporting a language, a download prompt will appear asking to download a zip file of the language pack.
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ATutor can be displayed in many different languages! Through the Langauge Manager completed languages packs can be selected and imported directly from the atutor. Installed languages can be edited, deleted or exported as an ATutor language pack for redistribution. When exporting a language, a download prompt will appear asking to download a zip file of the language pack. Note that the default language as specified in the System Preferences Default Language cannot be disabled or deleted unless another language has been installed.
Language packs can be imported either manually by retreiving the package and then importing it into ATutor, or automatically by having ATutor connect to the atutor. If your ATutor installation is connected to the Internet and can contact the atutor. To automatically import a new language pack from within ATutor:. If your installation cannot retrieve the language list from atutor. In this case you will have to use the manual method described above.
Administrators have the ability to customize an installation's language. Use the Translate button to pop up a translation window. You can contribute to the ATutor community by exporting a language pack from your ATutor installation, and attaching it to a message in the atutor.
Also see the Translator Documentation for further details about translating ATutor. This section has not yet been translated to your requested language.
aTutor Manual Installation
ATutor is used in various contexts, including online course management, continuing professional development for teachers, career development, and academic research. ATutor's developers assert that it is the only fully accessible LCMS software on the market, including for-fee and closed source software. This aspect of ATutor has been affirmed in at least one University-published review of the software. ATutor was first released in late It came in response to two studies conducted by the developer in the years prior that looked at the accessibility of online learning systems to people with disabilities. Results of the studies showed none of the popular Learning Management Systems at the time even provided minimal conformance with accessibility guidelines. At the time a blind person for instance, could not participate fully in online courses.
Welcome to the ATutor Administrator Documentation! This documentation is intended for those who manage ATutor systems. Also see the Instructor Documentation for more about creating and managing courses. This section describes the requirements and important considerations needed for running ATutor. It also details the steps involved in installing and upgrading an installation. The first step when installing or upgrading ATutor is to check if the minimum requirements are met.