Discourse is an open source discussion platform built for the next decade of the Internet. A modern forum, everything's been redesigned to be easy.
Moodle is an open source tool for creating online dynamic web sites for their students. To work, it needs to be installed on a web server somewhere, either on one of your own computers or one at a web hosting company.
Moodle vs Piazza opinions
Moodle is a learning management system, not a q-and-a platform. Moodle is meant for keeping track of assignments, turning in work, etc., while Piazza is meant for asking questions and getting answers
Acadly helps educators boost engagement inside and outside the classroom, and record attendance at the tap of a button. It is free for higher education, and saves students thousands of dollars per semester on expensive polling app subscriptions.
Hypersay is a platform for interactive presentations that massively increase engagement. Keep your audience engaged with polls, questions, private notes and live slide sharing. Store, enrich & deliver presentations from your cloud.
Prulu stores, organizes and presents your class Q&A in a simple, intuitive interface equipped with a smart search engine - and it's free. Check it out.
Prulu vs Piazza opinions
Almost identical features. Allows students to post questions, instructors or students to view and answer. Instructors can make announcements. Etc.
Osvitalab delivers all the necessary features to start online learning. Easy setup and based in the cloud. Customer & Tech support is included default in all plans. Perfect for Education business, Infobusiness, Private Teachers, and Corporate training.This app doesn't have any features at the moment.
Glisser makes presentations interactive – it takes regular PowerPoint or Keynote slide decks and pushes them out live to audience mobile devices, slide-by-slide, as they are presented. It then enables members of the audience to interact with the presenter or each other, and...