• Quickly and easily create lessons, exercises, quizzes and tests
  • Measure progress toward learning objectives
  • Real-time access to information for students and instructors and
    administrators
 
The online support for your classes

 

Extend your physical classroom online

make you physical classroom material available online in your custom online classroom for your students

 

Have your tests auto scored

create your own:

  • exercises
  • quizzes
  • and tests

and have them auto scored

 

Students

Your online place supporting your physical class room work.

  • Access to educational materials from your class online any time anywhere structured by topic and lessons
  • Chat with class mates and instructors, ask questions and find answers in online forums
  • See how you are doing and where you can improve through progress reports
 

Instructors

Easily and without any coding skills

  • Easily support your classroom through custom online lessons with your content.
  • Effectively create and manage online lessons, exercises and tests and have them auto scored
  • Stay in touch with students and monitor their learning progress easier.
 

 

 

Why an e-learning tool?

 

  • students learn what and when they wants at their own space
  • allows lesson or topic revision
  • easy to use by the teacher and as well as by the student
  • absolutely no programming is required.



A topic is a series of lessons organized into a particular order

A lesson is the base-unit of training. Each lesson is designed to teach and or test for a series of training objectives:
When the author start creating e-learning lessons, he/she will have to locate the required content: texts and images, that have to be loaded in Documents Service. The lesson may contain information (texts and images) structured on pages. The material to teach the students can be presented on as many pages as the author wants. The layout of this demo lesson page contains maximum three images and/or three text areas.
In a testing section of a lesson, the teacher is trying to determine the students level of knowledge. This generally involves asking questions. The feedback is provided by the user student. The answers are automatically evaluated.

There are available the following question types:

Free Form Entry are used when you want the user to enter a word(s) to match a predefined answer(s).
Multiple Choice questions are one way you can ask the user to select from a series of options.
 
Fill in the Blanks questions allow you to set up a question where users can complete selected words in a paragraph.
Sequencing / matching questions allow you to set up a question where the user can sort a list into the correct order.
 
Drop Down List questions allow you to set up a question where the user has to select an answer from a list box.
True/False questions are a question type that allows Text to have an on or off state - allowing the user to review answers before submitting.
 



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