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I'm looking for a online service a lecturer can offer his students for submitting their home work (big graphic files) online in a way just allowed users (the lecturer) can download and review. any ideas?

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Moodle is a comprehensive option - but have a look at Zendto

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Claroline is probably a good option for you. According to the notes:

Claroline is a Web Based Course Management System. It allows teachers (professors, lecturers...) to create and administer course websites through a browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape, FireFox, Mozilla, ...).
* Publish documents in any format (PDF, HTML, Office, Video...).
* Run public or private discussion forums.
* Manage a list of links.
* Create student groups.
* Compose exercises.
* Structure an agenda with tasks and deadlines.
* Make announcements (also via e-mail).
* Have students submit papers.
* Consult statistics of frequenting and success in the exercises.

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@MaQleod do you know what is the size limitation for uploaded files? I did see Moodle that does pretty the same but I think 50MB files can't be uploaded. Am I wrong? –  CD01 Oct 20 '10 at 20:18
    
@CD: I'm fairly sure that any decent framework will allow you to specify as large a size as you'll need. –  Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams Oct 20 '10 at 20:21

How about Google docs? It allows files up to 1024MB to be uploaded and your students can share with you securely.

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