Lotus LearningSpace R5.01 Deployment Guide

An IBM Redbooks publication


Abstract

This IBM Redbooks publication describes Lotus LearningSpace R5 in detail. LearningSpace is a framework for managing and delivering online courses. It provides a Web interface and a back-end database for organizing, delivering, and tracking such courses.

LearningSpace 5 provides tighter integration of its product components than previous versions. In addition, it offers many new features and tools to both the instructor and student. These include record and playback, improved audio/video, and breakout sessions, as well as enhanced administrative features. The popular topic of reporting is covered in detail.

The book first introduces Lotus LearningSpace R5, and then discusses planning considerations. It goes on to explain the installation process, and concludes with a description of the administrative tasks, including reporting.

This book will be useful to anyone who needs to plan for and deliver a Lotus LearningSpace R5 e-Learning system.

Table of contents

Part 1. Introduction
Chapter 1. About LearningSpace
Chapter 2. Licensing considerations
Part 2. Planning
Chapter 3. Cultural adoption and corporate readiness
Chapter 4. Architecture overview
Chapter 5. Hardware and software requirements
Chapter 6. Architecture considerations
Part 3. Installation
Chapter 7. Pre-installation
Chapter 8. Setting up Core servers
Chapter 9. Setting up Collaboration servers
Chapter 10. Setting up LearningSpace clients
Chapter 11. Troubleshooting
Chapter 12. Integration with external systems
Part 4. Administration
Chapter 13. Using multiple databases
Chapter 14. Populating with users
Chapter 15. Populating with content
Chapter 16. User enrollment
Chapter 17. Maintaining the LearningSpace system
Chapter 18. Reporting
Part 5. Appendix: LearningSpace default module permissions




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Publish Date
26 September 2002

Last Update
18 February 2005


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ISBN-10
0738426415

ISBN-13
9780738426419

IBM Form Number
SG24-6843-00

Number of pages
318