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|MOARS Feature Overview|
|Articles - MOARS Features|
|Written by Bill Pellowe|
|Thursday, 27 May 2010 05:54|
This is an overview of the features of MOARS (Mobile Audience Response System) v 0.8.3.
MOARS is designed to be used with students as a classroom response system and/or a mobile homework system. This is not an iPhone app -- the students use mobile web-based browsers to take quizzes and surveys. Even though the system is designed to be used with Safari on iPod Touch or iPhone, students have accessed the system from other mobile browsers and indeed, from regular computers as well.
Admins can do everything that teachers can do (in fact, the admin is also a teacher). Admins have a few more responsibilities:
You Control It
Download and install this system on a web server (LAMP: Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP). You have complete control over it. Updates will be available from this site when needed. The download is free!
No registration is required for you to download or install MOARS.
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