Lightspeed Systems demonstrated Big Campus, which lets educators create an engaging online environment, manage users and groups, view reports on user activity, give users cloud-based file storage, and access help. Users can post and share videos, photos, and files. The company’s Campus Mail service offers safe and monitored eMail addresses and unlimited file storage in the cloud.
Moodlerooms, which provides services and support for schools using the open-source learning management system Moodle, discussed the latest generation of the software, version 2.0. Moodle 2.0 “puts the user at the center instead of the course,” Moodlerooms said. It’s compatible with the IMS Common Cartridge format for online courseware, and new features include “community hubs,” or course directory networks for public or private sharing; the ability to define when an activity is “complete” and view progress reports along the way; and a comments block for leaving notes on any page where the block exists, which can help facilitate student feedback.
Schoolwires, a provider of website and community management solutions, announced PassKey Manager, a turnkey solution that gives districts the ability to deliver seamless access to online services through a single sign-on process. Districts can build a library of single sign-on PassKeys that provide secure access to popular web applications, creating what the company says is a unified user experience for all stakeholders to essential online services.