FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions
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  • What are the system requirements?
  • Eduss Phonics
    Operating System: MS Windows 98se, ME, 2000, Cp, Vista
    CPU:  Pentium 2 266
    RAM: 64MB
    Hard disk space: 300 MB free
    Screen Resolution: 800×600

    Mac
    Operating system: Mac OSX 10.2 or higher
    CPU: Power MAC G3, G4 or G5, iMac, eMac, Powerbook G3 or G4, iBook with 128 MB of physical RAM.
    Hard disk space: 300 MB free
    Screen resolution 800×600

    Eduss English
    Operating System: MS Windows 98se, ME, 2000, Cp, Vista
    CPU:  Pentium 2 266
    RAM: 64MB
    Hard disk space: 300 MB free
    Screen Resolution: 800×600

    Mac
    Operating system: Mac OSX 10.2 or higher
    CPU: Power MAC G3, G4 or G5, iMac, eMac, Powerbook G3 or G4, iBook with 128 MB of physical RAM.
    Hard disk space: 300 MB free
    Screen resolution: 800×600

  • Eduss Maths (EDMA)
    Operating System: MS Windows 98se, ME, 2000, XP, Vista
    CPU: Pentium 2
    RAM: 32MB
    Hard disk space: 550 MB free
    Screen resolution: 800×600

    KIP
    Operating System: Windows XP 32 Bit, Windows Vista
    Inter Pentium IV 1.8 GHz, Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz or AMD Athlon XP 1800+
    256 MB RAM or higher
    1GB Hard disk space

    Academix (VOL + LS)
    Operating System: Windows 98 / 2000/ XP
    Pentium 3
    128 RAM
    Hard disk space: 200 MB
    Screen resolution: 800×600

    SeaWorld
    500 MHz Processor
    Microsoft Windows XP or Windows 2000 XP4
    256 MB RAM
    Screen Resolution: 800×600

  • KIP

    KIP McGrath

    Adding a User

    • From the main logon screen click on the New User button.
    • This will bring up the new user dialogue box.
    • Choose a User ID and enter your name.
    • You must select a work program for each student user.
    • You can change the work programs later if you need to.
    • Click update to save your new student user detail.

    Now you can logon to the program. From the logon screen, enter your User ID and click logon.

    Work Programs
    Work Programs are designed to display topics that are applicable for each student’s particular needs.

    Each work program has been written to match the official school syllabus in your chosen country and/ or state. Students should select the work program that matches (or best matches) the math course they are enrolled in at school. Student users can change work programs if required. For instance, when you move from Year 8 to Year 9, you can edit your user profile to select the work program for the new level of work.

    Each student user on the program can be assigned to a different work program. Students in different years or steams will be able to select the
    work program that is appropriate for them. The program will also track the work each student has done, indicating which topics and questions have already been answered.

    Work programs are loaded when the program is first installed. Then, when each new user is added, a work program must be selected. Student
    users can change work programs via the Edit User function on the logon screen.

    Selecting a Topic
    The main Topic selection screen functions as a standard directory tree. Click any top level Topic to see the topics below it.

    Hover the mouse over any sub-topic level to see the folders below it. The question folders are prefaced by a number. Click on one of these to load the topic folder you wish to begin working in.

    You can return to a higher level in the directory by using the single and double arrow keys as shown. Return to the topic window.

    When you have loaded a topic folder and wish to return to the main Topic Directory, click Topics button as shown. The directory structure
    window will then be displayed; the directory will be at the level of the last loaded topic.

  • How do I add a user in Eduss Phonics?
  • Getting Started
    NB- Please insert the CD in the drive before running the program. The program will not run unless the CD is inserted.

    Eduss Launcher
    If you are experiencing any problems with the Eduss Launcher, please update manually from the Eduss website, www.eduss.com.au, click on Product Support and use the support menu that appears. From the Eduss Launcher you can access the Phonics program, open the Admin module to maintain user information, access the Reporting Tool and download the latest updates for your software.

    Admin Module

    • Click on the Admin button on the Eduss Launcher. This will open the login for the IMTA Administraion program.
    • Make sure System Administration is selected and click Login. Enter the Password admin and click Login.
    • Click on the User Maintenance icon in the IMTA Administration screen.
    • Change the password and the username if you wish and click Save.

    Adding a student

    • Open the Eduss Launcher and click on Admin
    • Click on User Maintenance icon
    • Click on Add User to open a new user
    • Fill in your child’s details. Select Student as the user type.
    • Filling in a password is optional.
    • Once you have filled in the student’s details, click Save. The student should now be listed on the User List side of the screen.

    Adding a Teacher

    • Open the Eduss Launcher and click on Admin
    • Click on the User Maintenance icon.
    • Click on Add User to open a new user.
    • Fill in the teacher’s details. You MUST enter a password for the teacher.
    • Select Teacher from user type.
    • Click on the Save button

    Adding a Class

    • Click on the Admin icon on the Eduss Launcher screen. Select the System Administrator and log on in using the password you set above.
    • Click on the Class Maintenance icon.
    • To add a class you MUST have at least one teacher added to the User List.
    • Enter the name you have given the class.
    • Select a teacher.
    • Click on the Save button. The class will appear in the Class List.
    • Now you can select the students to add to your class.
    • You can select one or more students in the Students Not In Class list and click the arrow pointing to move them into the Students In Class list.

     

  • Lessons Module

    Starting a lesson

    • Log in as a student.
    • Click the ‘Lessons’ button in the main menu.
    • Click on the lesson you would like to start.
    • To view the ‘Fundamentals’ informations for the lessons, click on the plus to expend the lesson and click on the ‘Fundamentals’ under that lesson.
    • Lessons with a blue circle have not been started.
    • Lessons with a green circle have been started.
    • Lessons with a red tick have been completed.

    Exercises

    Using the Practise Exercises.

    • Log in as a student.
    • Click on the ‘Exercises’ butoon in the main menu.
    • Expand the subject you would like to practise by clicking on the plus sign next to it.
    • Select the level you want to practise the select the exercise on the right side of the screen.

    Homework Module

    • Log in as a teacher
    • Click on the Homework button in the main menu.
    • Click on the Homework Maintenance button in the top right corner.
    • Click on the Add Homework button.
    • Enter the title you have given the homework.
    • Select the class.
    • Set the number of questions per exercise.
    • Click on Save and the exercise list will open.
    • Select the exercises you wish to include the click Save Exercise.

    Updating Homework

    • Log in as a teacher.
    • Click on the Homework button in the main menu.
    • Click on the Homework Maintenace button.
    • Select the homework you wish to update.
    • Click Edit Exercises and edit the homeowrk details.
    • Click on the Save button.

    Phonics Fundamentals

    The Phonics Fundamentals is a collection of information on each lesson designed to assist the teacher.

    • Using the Phonics Fundamentals
    • Log in as a teacher or a student.
    • Click on the ‘Phonics Fundamentals’ button in the main menu.
    • This will open a new window with the Phonics Fundamentals browser.
    • Click on the lesson in the list that you would like to read about.
  • Are the programs suitable for children with learning disabilities?

    Yes. If the child can use a computer, he/she can use the program.

  • Are the programs available in schools?

    Yes. It is available in various schools.

  • Are the programs applicable for Gifted and Talented children?

    Yes, our programs are suitable for all students. These programs allow students who are more advanced to move on to more challenging sections of work.

  • How do I get more information?

    Contact 012 546 3686 to speak to a consultant or visit our contact us page.

  • What do I do if there is a problem with the software?

    Technical support is available, you can contact us via our head office or by emailing info@compuiq.co.za.

  • Is the program upgradeable?

    Upgrades are available, please contact our office to find out if it is a content or technological upgrade.

All comments (5)
  • Hanlie Gordon
    November 17, 2016 at 8:13 am

    How do I purchase the "Woel met Afrikaans" software please? Tx

    Reply
    • Lynnette Du Preez
      @Hanlie Gordon
      March 08, 2018 at 8:37 am

      Goodday, How much are the software for 8-9 yr old?

      Reply
  • burl
    August 04, 2017 at 12:17 pm

    How do I purchase grade 11 and 12 maths software. And what are the cost implications

    Reply
  • Sanet Oberholzer
    August 23, 2017 at 10:23 am

    Good day I would like to receive more info and prices on the available programs and subjects for ages 9 & 14 please.

    Reply
  • Johan Dercksen
    April 22, 2018 at 5:54 pm

    Hi, Is die program tenvolle in Afrikaans ook beskikbaar in al die vakke Graad 1 tot 7

    Reply

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