TelEduc is an e-learning environment for creation, participation and administration of courses on the Web.
TelEduc structure has a central element, the Activities tool. It also offers the tools: Calendar, History, Readings, Support Material, Mandatory Visit, FAQ, Groups and Bulletin Board. Exercises and Assessments tools have been available since version 3.8.
In order to support the communication between courses participants TelEduc offers the following Tools: E-mail, Chat, Forums, Warning Mural, Portfolio and Profile. The tools Course Dynamics and Environment Structure are helpful to users who want to know about courses methodologies and about TelEduc structure, respectively. TelEduc also offers tools to query information derived from participants’ navigation and interaction: Intermap and Access.
TelEduc was developed at UNICAMP, by the Center for Informatics Applied to Education (NIED) in partnership with the Institute of Computing (IC). Currently, NIED is the host institution that leads TelEduc’s development and related research.
TelEduc is a free software; you can redistribute it and / or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as published by the Free Software Foundation.
DocumentationInstall reference manual included and user manual available on http://teleduc.nied.unicamp.br/.
released on 31 August 2011
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