This page provides pointers to websites developed with Morea. Please contact us if you want your site included.
The basic-template implements a "Hello World" version of a Morea website.
If you are starting a Morea website from scratch, this gives you a simple example with which to start.
ICS 314, Software Engineering
The original itch that the Morea Framework was designed to scratch: how to properly document
an "athletic" approach to software engineering education?
This site illustrates how outcomes and assessments can work together to provide insight into the
effectiveness of the course structure. It also shows some design features of the Morea Framework
(navbar extensions, include templates for customized pages, responsive embedded videos, and the
ICS 215, Introduction to Scripting
ICS 215 is a sophomore level course on scripting.
This site illustrates the addition of a Schedule and a Leaderboard page.
The courses.ics.hawaii.edu website provides links to "review sites" with archival material on core undergraduate courses in the computer science curriculum at the University of Hawaii. Each review site is implemented using the Morea Framework
This site illustrates how individual Morea modules from different sites can be cross-linked through Morea "prerequisites", and how Morea can provide a uniform representation and interface to courses across a curriculum.
ITM 352, Programming Application Systems
A web application programming class taught using PHP in the Shidler School of Business, UH Manoa. This same site is revised for each semester it is taught.
Like ICS 314, this class is taught using the "athletic software engineering" pedagogy.
GrammarViz web site
Illustrates how Morea can be used to provide a modularized tutorial site for an open source tool for time series mining.
CS 294, Python Programming
Software Engineering at Jerusalem College of Engineering