[OT}] Hypercard and an uneasy read.

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Fri Dec 2 17:05:13 CST 2011


Hmmm... we use a web based grading system that the school is very dissatisfied with. They require a persistent connection with the web server which is sometimes a problem in large network environments where one screwup somewhere in a configuration or a router or switch reset produces a hornet's nest of mad teachers! 

If your product is available in retail form, please contact me off list. Thanks. 

Bob


On Dec 2, 2011, at 11:31 AM, Ronald Zellner wrote:

> However, I was very excited when I found Revolution in 1999, and subsequently developed a stand-alone Revolution version of the workbook that used the Filemaker server for storage.  Students could work anywhere, submit assignment content, and access grading feedback quite conveniently. The final version used SQL for data storage and access.
> There was a wide range of factors influencing what approaches to take and what to develop in educational settings.




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