Course building software that allows you to create your own courses for the classroom or lab. Add audio, images, text, rich text. Use .mp3, .txt, and .rtf files to develop modules--lessons within units--for your lab or classroom computer stations.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: This course building software allows you to create your own courses for the classroom or lab. Add audio, images, text, rich text together with your own questions to develop computer-based lessons for your students with scores tracking and print outs. Use .mp3, .txt, and .rtf files to develop modules--lessons within units--for your lab or classroom computer stations. You can get information, text, audio, etc., from the Internet and create questions for your students or you could simply use this program to create self-grading tests that give automatic feedback and printouts--complete data tracking of student scores included. Spice up your dull classroom lessons with computer-based multimedia lessons! Put students in groups or rotate them through just a few computers. Have lessons available to catch up late or frequently absent students--or put an entire Shakespearean play in a unit with professional audio readings that you use from your favorite Internet sources! Heck, you could use software like Photoshop and SoundForge to create lessons with a more professional feel or just add text and questions. Take control of your teaching. Toss out the textbook and worksheets and make your own lessons with this inexpensive and highly versatile software. Buy a few computers or use the school's. Network them or just run the program from each hard drive. Take your teaching to a whole different planet altogether with this easy-to-use lesson-building software. Emuate and surpass the best CBT and CBL software in your subject area. Buy now!
Army buys Linux-based super computer WASHINGTON, DC, Aug. 3 (UPI) -- The US Army Research Laboratory Major Shared Resource Center is buying a 10 teraflop supercomputer for use in development of advanced military systems.
Cutout Pro, Your Home-Based Cartoon Shop Kids like cartoons and are ready to watch them non-stop unless you interrupt them. So, why not combine the pleasure with learning and teach them to create their own