QLD software offers virtual schools'
One of the first state-sponsored classes on the Internet has been introduced to high school districts in Minnesota by US educational services provider Advanced Academics, using a Brisbane-based software development company's online education and training delivery system.
WebRaven's Dynamic Online Training System (DOTS) is a fully managed enrolment, student management, course administration and tuition delivery system for educational institutions as well as an in-house training resource for corporate employees.
Advanced Academics' online academic and technical learning program dates back to 1995, when the CEO's research for a Doctorate of Education thesis convinced him that a consistently superior quality of learning could be provided at a significantly lower cost per student.
Built around a traditional academic curriculum for high school education, the DOTS system is particularly suited to students who wish to work at their own pace, prefer to work from home or are short of one or two credits.www.webraven.com.au www.advancedacademics.comFunnel Web at home with AppleActive Concepts, a provider of Web Intelligence and online consumer behaviour analysis tools, is working closely with Apple to ensure its Web site traffic analysis product suite, Funnel Web, will support Mac OS X, Apple's new Macintosh operating system.
Funnel Web Enterprise's key features set includes: streaming media analysis, cluster analysis, proxy analysis, unlimited virtual domains, clickstream analysis, incremental log analysis, and online advertising (ROI) analysis. Other important features include new generation GUI, PDF output, multi-site log retrieval and real-time analysis.
New features of Funnel Web 4.0 include: incremental analysis, new generation GUI, PDF output, glossary, multi-site log retrieval, and support for 10 virtual domains.www.activeconcepts.comAllaire licenses J2EEWeb development tools vendor Allaire has formally licensed Sun Microsystem's Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE).
Allaire is currently incorporating the J2EE technology into its new Java Application Server, JRun 3.0.
JRun 3.0 is a full, "clean-room" implementation of the J2EE specifications and a key component of the Allaire Business Platform, according to Allaire.
"Allaire is deeply committed to Java," said Jeremy Allaire, chief technology officer for Allaire.