THIS WEEK IN ILIOS
We are holding off on releases this week as we continue to move ahead with API work and a number of feature requests and updates, including the new Student Advisor role, the ability to add video conference links to offerings, and a number of other items and fixes across the platform.
In the meantime, if you are gearing up for the AAMC Curriculum Inventory upload cycle this year, remember that you have until October 26, 2020
to upload your data; if you have questions or concerns around this year's upload needs or changes, or want to discuss approaches to creating an accurate CI report in light of the many changes we have all had to implement due to Covid-19, please let us know. We are here and ready to help!
if you have questions please don't hesitate to send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
: 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:
Tired of managing version updates?
WE CAN HOST YOU!
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 https://github.com/ilios/frontend/releases.
The changelog for updates specific to the frontend can be viewed here.