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ETH Lecture Communicator

ETH Lecture Communicator is a tool to improve classroom interaction between an instructor and their students. It enables the instructor to create and carry out in-class online assessments, and facilitates organized instant communication for large classes. It is intended to improve the overall quality of a lecture by providing the instructor with continuous feedback on the students' understanding of the material.

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  •  05 Oct 2006 10:55

    Release Notes: The remaining known bugs were fixed. The most annoying of these was the seemingly random resending of no longer existing questions. Some GUI ugliness was cleaned up as well, especially for Linux systems.

    •  15 Jun 2006 15:55

      Release Notes: The user interface is now available in multiple languages: German, French, Italian (partly completed), Russian, Chinese, and Romanian. The rating of student questions can now be disabled. Many bugs and nuisances have been fixed.

      •  25 Jun 2004 11:51

        Release Notes: This release features a new presentation view with magnification functionality for sent questions and associated results (intended for wall projection). Alongside, some minor bugs have been fixed.

        •  15 Jun 2004 09:51

          Release Notes: This release features a new True/False question type, sorting in all data tables (single-column and multi-column), and automatic re-sending of sent questions to newly connecting clients (optional). The Windows installer now includes an add-in for PowerPoint that shows the number of student questions during presentations. The User's Guide PDF is now really included.

          •  23 May 2004 06:18

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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