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English Teacher needs advice from IT gurus: storing PDFs on line

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by abaine2, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. abaine2

    abaine2 New commenter

    Hi all, I want to create online folders of assessments that students can access at home. I need to create separate logins for each student, and for them to only be able to access their work and perhaps a communal bank of example work. I would like to be able to limit each user to viewing their own documents, with no privileges to amend, delete or upload (The English department would upload the pdfs). I've looked at moodle and it seems a bit complex for a non ICT specialist like me. Plus, what I am aiming for is comparatively simple compared to any web 2.0 levels of interactivity. Any suggestions would be welcomed. Thank you.
  2. Have a look at edmodo.com. Simple, free and just the ticket.
  3. abaine2

    abaine2 New commenter

    Great stuff thanks! I'm on it...
  4. abaine2

    abaine2 New commenter

    Edmodo was great advice; haven't looked back. Thanks again.

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