That's probably too much for my information organisation classes. :)
On 4 August 2012 19:45, Thomas Krichel <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Margaret Kipp writes
>> I've been using Omeka for about a year now in my information
>> organisation and metadata classes.
> So have I but mainly for classes on repository building. This is
> locally called the "building digital libraries" class, whatever that
> means ;-). The way I work with Omeka in the course is that I have a
> set of Perl scripts. They create a separate Omeka installation
> for each students. Separate installation meaning complete PHP code
> and separate databases for each student. Students are free to
> install whatever modules and themes they wish. There is no
> interference with other students.
>> I'm currently trying out a copy of a Koha Virtual Appliance
> If I were to do "teach the opac" I would give each student an
> installation of Koha. The Debian packaging of Koha allows me to
> build several instances of Joha on one set of perl scripts. Each
> student just gets a separate mySQL database. Since a lot of things
> in Koha can be configured through the database---I am not aware of
> Koha themes and modules---it would be sufficient. Just run
> koha-create for each student.
> Thomas Krichel http://openlib.org/home/krichel
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