We use EDU 2.0 which is efficient, simple to use, complex e-learning information system that offers multilingual support and needs very little time to learn. EDU 2.0 includes a large number of useful, easy-to-use features. You can either visit the website of edu 2.0 to learn more about it or just scrool down to read about important features. We bet you have never experienced so powerful and yet easy to use e-learning system before.
The source of the information provided is EDU 2.0 (www.edu20.com). This is only a narrow selection of all possible features of EDU 2.0 that are useful for students we do not mention the function that simplify the life of our IT department specialists.
Calendar is easy to use, aggregates individual course calendars, and provides a live feed for other calendar clients
The calendaring system provides a point-and-click interface, monthly and weekly views, individual calendars for courses and groups with a single aggregrating main calendar. The calendars can be viewed from any calendar client using EDU 2.0′ live iCal feeds. Assignments and scheduled modules automatically show up in the calendar, with pop-up windows for event information. RSVP support is available to see who is going to attend a specific event.
Support for instructor led, self-paced, and blended courses
Support for instructor-led, blended, and self-paced courses. Display current courses via a dropdown menu. Highly configurable. Teach multiple sections of a course, and use EDU unique course sync feature to pushes changes from the master copy of a course to the others. Save courses into the library as templates for reuse. Support for co-instructors and time-based student deactivation. Enroll students via file import, the student roster, email, or enable self-enrollment via access codes.
Upload and display video, audio, PDF, office documents, and much more
Built-in support for wikis, blogs, chat rooms, groups, and forums. These collaboration tools used privately in a course or within a group who members span courses. Instructors can enable or disable these options on a per-course basis. Chat room transcripts are persistent so you can reference a conversation at a later time.
Built-in support for wikis, blogs, chat rooms, groups, and forums
Upload and embed any kind of multimedia, including audio, video, PDFs, powerpoint presentations, and office documents. EDU automatically detects what kind of resource it is and display it in the appropriate web-based viewer. You can enable/disable whether links to the resources are displayed for students, and all resources are secured so that only students in your course can access its resources, even if they try to share a URL with someone outside the course.
Create public or private groups for your school or individual courses
Activity feeds show the latest assignments, postings, blog entries, announcements, and events. Depending on configuration, students can comment on feed items, You can create public or private groups that are site-wide or only accessible within a specific course. Each group has its own activity feed, calendar, resources, and collaboration tools. Groups are useful for faculty, study groups, sports teams, and ad-hoc collaboration. If enabled, groups can be used by members outside of your school or district. Your groups are available at all times via a dropdown menu.
Save and organize your resources for personal use or share them with your colleagues
The library system allows you to upload, store, and share nine different kinds of resources, including certificates, course templates, rubrics, files, SCORM packages, and curriculum. You can place a resource into your private library, the library shared by everyone at your school, a district library, or the community library. Resources are automatically organized by subject and type, and you can search for a resource by name, type, or other characteristic.
School-wide and classroom activity feeds make it easy to track the latest news
Activity feeds show the latest assignments, postings, blog entries, announcements, and events. Depending on configuration, students can comment on feed items, and indicate that they like them. Activity feed discussions are liked by instructors because all the comments can be seen by everyone in the course, discouraging inappropriate behavior.
Graphical student and instructor dashboards display the most important data on a single page
EDU 2.0 provides dashboards for administrator, instructor, and students that provide a single-page view of the most important data. For example, the student dashboard includes tiles for each course which show the course picture, progress bar, pie chart of their grades, and overall grade. The administrator dashboard displays tiles for important topics such as enrollments, resoures, and accounts.
Browse your courses by category using our graphical course catalog
Organize courses into a text-based or graphical catalog. Group courses by category, and order courses alphabetically or using drag and drop. Associate pictures and optional descriptions with each category. Publish the catalog to your portal for access by visitors. If e-commerce is enabled, sell courses directly from the catalog.
Fast, reliable gradebook with pop-up analytics, fills, undo, comment editor, full-window mode, and much more
Full-featured, high performance gradebook with pop-up analytics, fill, import, and full undo. One-click access from the course dropdown. Full-window mode. Configurable display options, including ordering of students and assignments. Display of grading period summaries as well as overall grade. Export grades via CSV file or API.