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1[JClic](http://clic.xtec.cat) - Player and authoring tool for educational activities
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4JClic is a set of cross-platform Java applications useful for creating and carrying out different types of educational activities like puzzles, associations, text exercises or crosswords.
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6JClic is an open source project of the Department of Education of the Government of Catalonia. Teachers from different countries have contributed since 1995 to create a big repository of educational activities, shared under Creative Commons licenses in the project's main site: [http://clic.xtec.cat](http://clic.xtec.cat)
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8The current components of JClic are:
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10- **JClic Player**: Allows students to play with the activities and, optionally, track reports of their work in a local or remote database. The activities are organized into “projects” (files with extension .jclic.zip), and projects can be grouped into “Libraries”.
11- **JClic Applet**: Is a variant of JClic Player designed to run embedded into HTML documents.
12- **JClic Author**: Is a visual tool used by teachers and authors to create or modify activities and projects.
13- **JClic Reports**: Is a reporting tool designed to collect and display the results (time, tries, guesses, success...) achieved by the students when playing JClic activities.
14- **JClic module for Moodle**: Is a parallel project specifically designed for embedding JClic activities into the Moodle Virtual Learning Environment. This project lives in [https://github.com/projectestac/moodle-mod_jclic](https://github.com/projectestac/moodle-mod_jclic)
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16See INSTALL.txt for compilation instructions, and HACKING.txt if you want to set-up your own JClic development project with [Netbeans](http://netbeans.org).
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18JClic needs Java 1.6 or later (currently supported only in GNU/Linux, Windows and Mac OS X)
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20The new project **[JClic.js](http://projectestac.github.io/jclic.js/)** allows to play JClic activities in GNU/Linux, Mac, Windows, ChromeOS, Android, iOS...  and any operating system with a web browser supporting HTML5, without the need of Java.
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