The Manhattan Virtual Classroom 3.2

The Manhattan Virtual Classroom is a course management system that runs on Linux and other Unix-like systems.
The Manhattan Virtual Classroom is a stable, fast and effective course management system that runs on Linux and other Unix-like systems.

It's written entirely in the C programming language (fast! - light hardware requirements) and is 100% database-free (no MySQL administration, no tuning issues- simple!) Manhattan supports thousands of users at its Western New England College home, and at other colleges and schools around the world.

It's one of the best-kept secrets of the online learning world - a course management system "for the rest of us".

Main features:

  • Provide your students with handouts, notices, lecture materials, interactive self-tests, and web sites to visit.
  • Assign homework for your students to complete, receive the work they do in response to those assignments, and provide feedback.
  • Issue multiple-choice, True/False, and short answer exams.
  • Issue more involved exams where the students are expected to do their work offline, and submit their responses in the form of a word processing, spreadsheet, or other type of file(s).
  • Exchange private messages with your students.
  • Host discussions with the entire class, or with teams of students.
  • Keep students apprised of their grades.
  • Issue surveys to your students and collect the results.
  • Engage in live online "chats" with your students.
  • Track which students are using the system and when.

last updated on:
November 1st, 2006, 6:35 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Steven Narmontas
homepage:
manhattan.sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Education

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