CourseForum is Web-based e-learning software that makes it easy for you and your students to interact, whether to create, post, share, or discuss course content. With just their Web browser, students use Courseforum to get answers to questions, dig deeper into issues, and work on projects at any time and from anywhere, not just when classes meet. It is powerful but easy to setup and use. Downloadable and hosted versions are available.
|Tags||Communications Conferencing Internet Web Dynamic Content News/Diary Message Boards Office/Business groupware education|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD Mac OS X Windows Windows Windows|
Release Notes: This version includes many new features, including a new "custom link" feature that allows easy integration of "Web 2.0" or other outside content directly into forum pages. Other changes include easier image links, improved comment posting, changes to the Enterprise version, several bugfixes, and more.
Release Notes: This release provides a broad range of performance and scalability improvements throughout the program.
Release Notes: There are many changes throughout the program, focusing on improvements to existing features. Improvements can be found in activity logging, formatting markup, comment posting, export, themes, and more.
Release Notes: This version adds two new capabilities for creating and managing richer content in group forums. First, new formatting options make it easier to work with tabular information. Second, simple Web-based slideshow presentations can now be quickly created from forum pages. (This is based on the "S5" HTML slideshow software by Eric Meyer.) This release also contains other changes to time zones and archiving support.
Release Notes: This version makes custom branding and other look and feel changes even easier with an all new Web-based theme editor. Help pages have been reworked to make getting started even easier for new users, and all administration pages have been restructured for greater consistency. Explicit new support for category pages provides more options for organizing forums. A number of other improvements were made to RSS support and other areas.