Software to turn your WWW site into a collaborative learning environment.

Available free to UK HE Institutions

What is coMentor?

coMentor is software which allows you to create multi-user learning environments on the WWW which are accessible without the need for any special client-side software. The system provides a collaborative virtual environment in which students can take part in real-time and asynchronous discussion, along with a set of learning tools to support debate and collaborative work. coMentor is particularly aimed at arts, humanities and social science courses, where learning centres on discussion and textual resources.

Read the latest coMentor news ... keeping you up-to-date on coMentor developments and its uses in new subject areas and universities.

As coMentor is no longer an active project, these pages are maintained as an historical record

What equipment do I need to run coMentor?

To run the coMentor server software, you'll need a UNIX or a LINUX computer and a Web server. Users can access coMentor from any computer connected to the WWW that supports Java (e.g. Macs/Win 95/98/NT plus Netscape/IE 3.0 or above).

Related projects:

coMentor dissemination project
coMentor for nursing project
co3 IMS interoperability project

Trying to access coMentor?

Sorry, the demo is no longer running.

Maintained by Andrew Teal. Last updated on Monday, July 11, 2011 14:17