Web Site Development
UNC-Chapel Hill's scripts for creating and administering class websites
using GNU (public domain version of "Webcourse in a Box"). Includes
faculty homepage builder and course homepage builder online tools.
faculty/student collaboration on the Internet
A UPenn web guide to electronic tools available for such collaboration.
ClassWeb is a set of programs that enable administration of class websites
with limited hassle.
Commercial Course Homepage Packages
in a Box
Commercial version of UNC-Chapel Hill's shareware listed above.
From WBT Systems (formally known as WEST) and originally developed at
The package SIMS is currently using.
Developed by Asymetrix.
- Newsgroup Help Page -
A free WWW discussion board software package that can be installed on
a unix, Windows 95/98, or Windows NT web server.
- Web Crossing
Web-based discussion group software.
Marcia Linn's Knowledge Integration Environment Project.
The "tutorial gateway" is a filter for a CGI-compliant HTTP server that
makes it slightly easier to develop tutorial style questions and have
them presented by most Web browsers. The person viewing a question can
supply an answer, have that answer evaluated by the gateway, and receive
a response appropriate to the answer.
Automated Generation System (RAGS)
The RAGS system has been developed to provide an easy-to-use interface
for generating interactive Web-based tutorials and review question sets.
Databases for the Web
course account request
UCB FISC Course web site account request form for non-WebCT course web
sites. Requests must include the professor's birthdate and UCB-ID number,
so the best way is to send the URL to the professor and ask them to
complete the request form.
course account request
UCB FISC Course web site account request form for WebCT course web sites.Requests
must include the professor's birthdate and UCB-ID number, so the best
way is to send the URL to the professor and ask them to complete the
equipped classroom info
Sometimes professors want to use their course web site to provide multimedia
content in their classrooms. Check this page to see if they are scheduled
to teach in a room with A/V capacity or to check A/V room availability.
services for the Berkeley Campus
If a client needs something that we can't provide, you might try this
list (it is maintained by the WebNet group).
ITP's long-term plan for Internet-based instructional services to faculty
(last updated 2/9/97).
is a project of the School
of Information Management and Systems at UC