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Dec-Nov 2013
❧ Real-time, interactive sharing of slides, whiteboard, desktops; live audio, video, chat by using UVLe's BigBlueButton. Less functional alternative would be Google Hangouts on UVLe
Pantasa enables one to build and annotate bibliography
UVLe Games include Hangman, Crossword, Cryptex, Millionaire, Sudoku, Snakes and Ladders
❧ options in dealing with large video files




Older Updates
❧ UVLe Mobile on Google Play and App Store
addition of LTI packages
❧ more UVLe Activities
❧ more options for quizzes and assignments

❧ UVLe connects to UPDox, a document management system of UP Diliman
❧ UVLe now connects to your Dropbox account via UVLe Dropbox Repository
❧ friendlier user interface featuring a dock for a customizable dashboard, shortcuts to "my courses", "my files," blogs, messages, and a course request form as well as a pull-down menu for course administration and profile settings
❧ files are shared from a database, allowing teachers to share a file in several courses without re-uploading it
❧ enhanced Forum that enables students to post and reply
❧ direct feedback to student assignments
❧ direct way of sharing files with students
❧ user-level customization of individual profiles and home pages
❧ set-up of groups of students depending on their answers in another activity
❧ enhanced wiki to encourage collaboration among students
❧ creation of areas accessible only to colleagues in your department
❧ https login and security fixes here and there
❧ more efficient and robust database
UVLe Mobile
❧ engines for mathematical expressions and molecule visualization (see UVLe Tutorials)
❧ "mind mapping" tools
❧ autosaving contents


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