Questions about Learning Management Systems by Informetica?
- What kind of communication tools are available for students and instructors?
- What kind of organizational tools are available for students and instructors?
- What kind of training / support is available for Informetica?
- What file formats does Informetica recognize?
- Can content be created in languages other than English?
- What browsers does Informetica support?
- Am I required to install any other software or hardware to run Informetica?
- What kind of tests can I create with Informetica?
Can Informetica be customized to look like my organization's Web site?
Yes. Your Informetica system is customized with your organization's logos and colours providing a uniform look with your existing Web site. The base product of Informetica gives you the ability to create a complete Web site for visitors to view before login scripts are required. Customizations to meet specific needs can be made to the Informetica system.
As an instructor, how can Informetica help me?
The base product of Informetica includes a portal system for instructors. Instructors can post lessons, assignments, announcements, tests, syllabus and grades online. Informetica's editor requires no html or programming experience to add course content, graphics, videos, or other file formats to course pages. Tools to populate student's calendars and send e-mails are all available.
As an student, how can Informetica help me?
The base product of Informetica includes a portal system for students. When a student logs in, their personal desktop displays enrolled courses including: syllabus, lessons, assignments, announcements, tests, grades, calendar, task list and so much more. Students stay completely organized and are able to communicate with fellow students and instructors through class forums.
What kinds of communication tools are available for students and instructors?
Class forums are available to students so they can communicate with students and instructors enrolled in the same course. Email is also available.
What kinds of organizational tools are available for students and instructors?
Each student has their own calendar populated by the student, instructors and administrators. In addition, students have a task tool to post important messages to be displayed immediately after signing into their personal desktop.
What kind of training / support is available for Informetica?
Full training packages on a continuous basis both onsite or via one of our video conference training sessions are available. Informetica is so easy to use -- if you have any experience with word processors, you will be ready to start creating courses using Informetica within minutes. We also provide training documents and access to detailed tutorials on the Informetica Support Website. From the initial Informetica setup, we provide superior customer service and knowledgeable technical assistance via net meeting, e-mail, and/or our toll free phone line. Also available is our 24x7 support, toll-free phone line.
What file formats does Informetica recognize?
Instructors can insert images, documents, web pages and videos in their courses using Sencia's Editor. The file extensions below are all currently supported. However, should you have additional requirements, just let us know and we'll do everything possible to assist your needs. .GIF .JPG .RTF .DOC .PDF .XLS .PPT .ZIP .HTM .HTML .WMV .MPG .MPEG
Can content be created in languages other than in English?
Yes. Content for the Informetica Learning Management System is created and/or imported using our editor which supports any Roman-based language.
What browsers does Informetica support?
What kind of tests can I create with Informetica?
Instructors can select multiple question formats including multiple choice, true or false, ranking, matching, fill in the blank or essay. Pools of questions can be added so test questions can be randomly selected when students are taking the test. Time limits can be entered on tests if desired and test sections can be weighted accordingly.
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