Use case of Content Hub:
The Intel® Education Content Hub (usually referred to as Content Hub) is a software module designed by Intel. It uses a browser-based interface to provide content management and content delivery functions to teacher and student devices in the classroom.
As a common use case, Content Hub might be integrated into a content access point (CAP) or any legacy Linux*-based server, providing a better communication model and class activities for students and teachers.
Who it's for:
- Software architects can reference Content Hub for software architecture designs and feature sets.
- Software programmers can leverage its source code and implementation.
- Sales and marketing people can find or create cooperation opportunities with Intel.
Main features of Content Hub:
- Supports most file formats (PDF, HTML, JPG, MP3, ZIP, etc.), and even apps and executables (EXE).
- Supports single-file or bulk-file content uploading.
- Contains two content spaces.
- Preloaded Content can be populated by the LOEM, reseller, MOE, content publisher, or the factory and cannot be erased or modified by teachers or by device factory reset.
- My Uploaded Content can be populated, managed, and erased by teachers.
- Supports IMS content packaging standard.
- Content can be tagged and categorized according to pedagogical structure.
- Content can be organized into lessons.
- Content and lessons can be featured so it’s easier for students to see what is most relevant.
- Teachers can restrict (hide) access to content from students.
- The device’s content management system allows students easy access to content without any complicated login procedure.