Free course hosting from Teclet.com

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Teclet is a new course hosting…company?…where you can get the ability to create free classrooms (private or public) and access to various other tools (a common wiki, OUBlogs, video tutorials, etc.).  The community is still very small, but if you’re looking for a place to play with Moodle 1.9 or to put up a private/public course then it might be a good option.  Signup is free and easy.  Course creation is just an email confirmation away.

The pros?  Teclet is easy to access and looks like it has a good foundation for building a community; of course it is Moodle 1.9.

The cons?  aside from the extraordinarily altruistic about page language: “There are many ways to take advantage of Teclet’s services and they will always be free. We strive to provide knowledge to everyone in the world. With education becoming more expensive from private schools, to certification classes, and even other websites, how will we ever learn to share knowledge with one another? Knowledge should be free.” There’s no company info posted.

URLhttp://teclet.com/
Description: free course based hosting
Ads?: no
3rd party plug-ins: yes – certificate, sharing cart, myprofile block, flash cards, OUBlogs, book, Mediabird Study Notes, Stamp Collection, and more
Mobile-enabled: no
Support: wiki (which is empty) and limited how to videos
Business plan: NA
Limits: 10 MB upload, no other apparent limits
Basic Plan: course creation rights

For more hosting options check out https://www.moodlenews.com/collections/hosting/

  • Fulwah Bin Sulayyih

    It seems to be a good tool to use for creating classroom courses. I hope to try this one or even recomende it for teachers I know.
    Thank you for posting.

  • Hey Moodle News,

    Thanks for checking out our site and posting an article. There is no company info because there is no company. The site was built, run, and information is added by only two of us. We simply strive to provide people with a place to share knowledge and for business/educators to host course information for their students. We both are currently enlisted in the U.S Navy, hence the USN section.

    — Patrick Dunn