Unilica Launches Virtual Learning Application with Social Networking Features
Unilica helps students and instructors to ease academic life and to get connected with each other easily.
Turkey (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
Unilica announced launch of its next generation virtual learning application that connects students and instructors both socially and academically. The academic side of Unilica includes all necessary learning management tools required for an institution, which are presented with an intuitive design. In addition, the built in social networking side of Unilica connects all members of an institution like never before.
Instructors have the ability to share the newest course related updates, lecture materials, grades, events, surveys, etc. Students have the ability to download lecture materials, upload assignment solutions, participate in surveys, find grades and collaborate with classmates about projects, midterms, etc. In addition, students, instructors, staff and alumni can build personal profile pages and share status updates and photos on their profile.
Increasing collaboration between all members of an institution is the most important principle of Unilica. In order to achieve this goal “Collaboration Spaces” are created. Users can create private collaboration spaces in order to brainstorm about anything. Upon creation of a collaboration space, users can add any number of participants to the space. In addition, each course has its own collaboration space environment; when created, all members of the class are added immediately.
“Students love it, and I do too,” said William Sawyer from Bilkent University, who used Unilica for 2 semesters. Using Unilica removes the barrier between students and instructors through built in social networking features.
Unilica is a tech startup specializes in virtual learning solutions. To learn more about the Unilica format or how it can benefit your college or university, visit http://www.unilica.com.
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