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View Resource Colloquia Learning Management and Groupware

Colloquia is a software system that promotes group interaction and learning. Formerly known as Learning Landscapes, this software is a management system that enables groups of people to communicate between and among one another. For instance, teachers can post lecture notes and support materials, students can make comments and have discussions with one other, and feedback and information on...

http://www.colloquia.net/samples.html
View Resource Hotline Connect 1.9

Hotline Connect 1.9 is an application that allows users to create a personal and interactive Internet community. Utilizing the program, multiple users can interact live with a real-time chat feature, conferencing, messaging, data warehousing, and the capability to transfer files. Additionally, users can take advantage of the Hotline Connect server to allow other users to access their computer in a...

http://www.hotspringsinc.com/pages/060down.html
View Resource SeaMonkey 2.0.2

Designed as an "all-in-one" Internet application, the SeaMonkey application contains a browser, an image manager, junk mail controls, a RSS feed manager, and a HTML editor. Of course, these are but a few of its many features, and visitors can also weave their way through the application's homepage to view release notes, screenshots, and a complete list of its features. This version of SeaMonkey is...

https://www.seamonkey-project.org/releases/
View Resource Discourse Screenshot

Online forums have been around almost as long as the Internet. But few designers have tried much in the way of making them sleeker, clearer, and more modern. Discourse, the forum platform by Stack Overflow's Jeff Atwood, is trying to do just that. While Discourse functions much like any other forum, it has incorporated bells and whistles that most people have come to expect from social media...

https://www.discourse.org/