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Welcome to the community: we are all noobs at something or other, and so you are in good company here!
My suggestion would be to start with a simple LAMP stack running on Ubuntu, as this is a more tested route for running Gibbon than Windows, and we will be more able to help you.
A lack of programming knowledge should not hinder you, unless your requirements vary considerably from what the project offers. However, the system is designed with flexibility in mind, and so hopefully meets your needs.
I'd suggest that you look at our Getting Start documentation in order to familiarise yourself with Gibbon's nomenclature and data structures:
From here, you will hopefully be ready to dive into the system and start entering some of your data. @sandra's Data Admin module (available on our Extend page) will be useful here.
Let us know what else you need! Cheers,
You can see our user documents at https://docs.gibbonedu.org: these are still very much under development, and not complete. If you cannot find the information you need, please add new thread for each of your questions.
Welcome to the forum...and the community : )
At the moment, Free Learning does not support attaching units to courses, you can only attach them to a department. The only integration with courses and classes exists at the Enrolment stage, where a student can opt to sign up for a unit with a specific class: this means that the teacher of that class becomes the mentor for that student.
I am working on a course structure for Free Learning, and hope to have it released in the next couple of weeks.