Ilios Project Updates:

"Hold summer in your hand, pour summer in a glass, a tiny glass of course, the smallest tingling sip, for children; change the season in your veins by raising glass to lip and tilting summer in."

-R, Bradbury

    curriculum management for the health professions


With summer rising all around us, the Ilios team has decided to skip a code update this week, allowing some additional time for futher product development (and some time for a little sunshine, outdoor air, and non-code related activity). We will resume our regular cadence of updates in July.

If you are prepping for the AAMC Curriculum Inventory upload this year and desire any assistance, please remember that we are here to help, via email or slack.

And as always, please don't hesitate to send us a note at for any questions, comments, or help -- or just to say hello!

NOTE: System Administrators, please remember that beginning with the next update, Ilios will require PHP 8. Please prepare your systems prior to updating beyond v3.87.6.
The latest code and the complete changelog for this release, as always, are available for download here:


LTI DEPLOYMENT: You can now plug the Ilios events & calendar dashboard, as well as the course manager, directly into your LTI-compatible LMS pages. It's as easy as clicking your mouse (two or three times). In order to deploy, you will need to be provided with a secure access key. Please email us for complete instructions at

TRAINING: Are you interested in getting a focused training for your power Ilios users and managers in your school or institution? We can do that for you: 1.5 - 2 days of focused training on the most effective ways to leverage Ilios as power users, and deliver information to your students and faculty in the best way possible, custom-tailored for your needs and methodologies. Please contact us if you are interested.

How to Update Your Frontend:
The Ilios frontend is always up-to-date on our content-delivery servers at Amazon S3, but you will need to regularly run a console command on your backend instance in order ensure that your users are seeing the latest version and that they are getting all the latest features and bugfixes. To make sure you users are receiving the latest frontend code at all times, just follow the steps described here:

Though you will probably never need to deploy the Ilios 3 Frontend on your own servers, the source for the frontend code can always be found at

The changelog for updates specific to the frontend can be viewed here.

Our online user guides are available at

the Ilios Team

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