Here is the brief from my client. We would want you to build the site and we would design it:
Many educational companies like ours have started to provide subscription websites to support their software products. We have a very skillful mathematics teacher coming to work for us next year to help produce some electronic resources and we are going to need a website setup to deliver them to the users and take their subscriptions. I would really like to have a template for the resources in place before our teacher arrives in August to start creating them otherwise I fear we will spend a lot of time faffing about with changing formats as we go.
Pretty much all the subscription websites I have seen are awful except the following:
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The product is called GSP LessonLink, click on “Selected Activity Overview” to have a look at some screenshots, you can even “Register for a Preview”. What I like about this one apart from the clean design is the functionality.
Users can find activities by Level, Chapters in Standard Textbooks, National Curriculum, Lesson Length,… I would compare this to the “Refine Search” that you now get in ebay.
2. User space
Not that fussed about this. Basically an area where you can save activities in folders and share the details with your colleagues.
3. Search (Image 2 of 5)
A very nice search mechanism giving loads of options for refinement.
Nice clear list of the activities that meet your selection.
5. Teacher View (Image 3 of 5)
Gives loads of details about the activity specific for the teacher and allows you to add notes to your students. Personally I think this is a little gimmicky but I imagine users would like to know it’s there even if they never use it.
6. Assigning Folders (Images 4 and 5 of 5)
Basically you can publish your folders of activities as a webpage. There are worksheets and all sorts. I don’t think it records the results of tests or anything fancy like that.
So when I saw this I thought they might have used a LCMS like Moodle or ATutor but infact investigating further (1) websites created with these tools always seem to look a bit ploddy and (2) they are course-centric, every page you add must be part of a course. Then I thought maybe they used a more general CMS like Joomla! or Drupal, but again these products do not seem to necessary give that power for searching or navigating through activities.
The link you were looking at was to the main Keypress site, I am not that interested in their main site, it is nothing special. I am more interested in Sketchpad LessonLinks which has the functionality described above. It would be good to have a very simple online ordering system.
Can anyone help?
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