What/Who is a VILC subscriber?

Subscribers are organisations and individuals who pay a low annual access fee to allow teacher and learner access to the content.


How much does it cost to subscribe?

Use of the VILC is based on a site licence.
A VILC site licence is valid until the end of the calendar year, ie 31st December 2016.
Each licence includes:

  • Concurrent logins for the nominated number of student users.
  • Phone and email support for users.
  • Access to Easynews, Realweb, Listen to this! and Checkout.
  • A free regular e-newsletter with lots of information about the latest tasks and great teaching / learning ideas.

For the 2017 Fee structure and application form click here


Can I try VILC before I subscribe?

For a free trial click here
                                                        


What are concurrent users?

Concurrent users are the number of users at a particular institute that log on to VILC at any one time. Usually the number relates to the number of computers that will be used at any one time. By logging out after use the same number of students can log on again and again in any one day.


What are the system requirements?

  • 128 Mb Ram minimum
  • Pentium III, minimum
  • Sound card
  • MS Internet Explorer 7 or higher
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Windows Media Player 9 or higher
  • Real Player G2 version 7 or higher (Free version) www.real.com for all pre-2005 resources
  • Internet Access (56 K Modem for one computer)
  • Microsoft Windows 9XP or higher

Applications required by some of the target web sites

  • Acrobat Reader 5 or higher
  • Macromedia Flash
  • Active X

How do I log out?

There are 2 ways to log out:

1. Click on the logout logo on the navigation bar.
2. Click on the VILC logo on the top navigation bar


What happens if I don’t log out?

If you forget to log out or close the browser without logging out, the number of available logins will be reduced.

This means that the next class / student at your institute may not be able to log in if all logins have been used up.

NB: If you make a mistake and don’t log out properly the site will allow you back in after 30 minutes.


Listening to Easynews with Safari and Firefox

If you are using Safari, Google Chrome or Firefox and the sound bar is not displaying then you need to get the Windows Media Player plug in. You can do this from these links.

Safari

Google Chrome

Firefox


 How do I get help?

  1. You can click on Contact Us at the bottom of every screen in VILC
  2. You can email us at vilc@ames.net.au or
  3. You can phone us on +613 9926 4677

Last updated 27 October  2016

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