No problem, one has to start somewhere!
Here are some considerations, information you need to gather from the authorities:
- You mentioned: 1. Moodle Installation, 2. CMS Installation and 3. E-Content at the beginning. I have the feeling by CMS you mean where you keep the teaching content and Moodle is where you plan to server them. In its basic form, Moodle can do everything: content management and course delivery! You need a clear concept.
- You have a potential user base, students and teachers, of 16,000. It is risky to switch all of them to Moodle on the very same day, say at the start of an academic year or a semester. You need to identify pilot groups and keep on getting them in stages.
Which also means, the performance of the server is not an issue at the beginning.
- Do the teachers expected to bring their own content or create content or do you plan to give them the content? You wrote:
> Content management system should process :
> · 300 Animated photos GIF – 2 MB Per Image
> · 200 Video clip up to 7 mins for each clip – 50MB per Video
> · 150 Video average 2 Mins for each clip 30 MB Per Vedio
> · 250 SCORM File – 25 MB for each file
> · 40 E-Books 30MB for each file.
Depending on the answer either you have to invest on your teachers or employ separate instructional designers.
Of course there are many more, like backups, update/upgrade mechanism, security, reporting, ...
Hardware and performance
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