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iSEAL (intelligent System for Education, Assessment, and Learning) is a system developed for and used by the Center for Learning Innovation to deliver the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences curriculum.
Moodle is a software package for producing internet-based courses and web sites, guided by a social constructionist framework of education (aka course management system which can be used for online class delivery, group forums, internal training, sharing of resources, etc). The University provides centralized hosting and support to those who would like to use this software.
Netfiles is an online file storage tool centrally managed by the Office of Information Technology and provides 5 GB of storage to all current students, staff, and faculty. Netfiles allows you to securely store and share files on a University server and has been approved for storing private and protected data.
WebVista is course management software that enables instructors to create and manage Web-based learning materials and activities. Students use WebVista to access these materials and participate in learning activities via the Web.