Web Crossing, a company that makes communications software for online collaboration and communities, has updated Campus Crossing, their discussion-centric education system, to version 2.0. It now features an integrated Progress Tracking module for attendance, grades and parent notification.
Campus Crossing 2.0, which runs on the traditional Mac operating system as well as Mac OS X, is available today as a free upgrade to registered users of Campus Crossing 1.x users. Besides the Progress Tracking module, Tim Lundeen, president and CEO of Web Crossing, said the update adds:
Campus Crossing 2.0 is available today, licensed either on a per-seat or traffic basis. A 30-day trial version is also available. For details on all licenses, including page view equivalents for e-mail, NNTP and chat messages, see the pricing Web page.
Campus Crossing is available as a server hosted (ASP) solution for optimal uptime, starting at $65/month with an add-on option for SSL. Customization and Community Management Consulting is available for all Web Crossing licensed and server-hosted installations. Priority support is available on an annual subscription basis.