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I would like to create a chatroom for my students or a
message board, or even a listserv/mailring.

How do I go about doing this? And how do I keep in all-
inclusive so nobody but my students is part of it?

Thanks...
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Jeandre /blockquote>

On 7/31/05, So... wrote:
> I would like to create a chatroom for my students or a
> message board, or even a listserv/mailring.
>
> How do I go about doing this? And how do I keep in all-
> inclusive so nobody but my students is part of it?
>
> Thanks...Jeandre
Oct 29, 2005
Anna/4th/Ga /blockquote>

Jeandre,

I used to have a password-protected message board on my class
site. I got rid of it because it wasn't used much, but there
are many services out there that will provide a free chat room
or message board for your website and allow you to password
protect it. You just have to make sure it won...See More
Oct 29, 2005
digi-lutions /blockquote>

google Atutor
it would be easiest to just use a learning management system,
it will allow you to create a chat, forum, online tests,
online classes. and you can pasword protect.
On 10/29/05, Jeandre wrote:
> On 7/31/05, So... wrote:
>> I would like to create a chatroom for my students or a ...See More
Dec 1, 2005
Jason /blockquote>

You might want to try Moodle.

On 12/01/05, digi-lutions wrote:
> google Atutor
> it would be easiest to just use a learning management system,
> it will allow you to create a chat, forum, online tests,
> online classes. and you can pasword protect.
> On 10/29/05, Jeandre wrote:
...See More
Dec 9, 2005
I third Moodle /blockquote>

I third moodle.

On 12/09/05, Jason wrote:
> You might want to try Moodle.
>
> On 12/01/05, digi-lutions wrote:
>> google Atutor
>> it would be easiest to just use a learning management system,
>> it will allow you to create a chat, forum, online tests,
>> o...See More
Dec 9, 2005


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