Float is developing some Mobile Learning Apps for you to use in your pursuit of understanding and leveraging mobile learning. These apps are currently in a private beta phase and we are anticipating a spring release. We’re looking forward to publishing these two apps to their respective stores putting some excellent mobile learning resources out there for everyone.
The Mobile Learning Primer will be offered for free on both the Apple App Store and the Android Market. It’s a bit like Mobile Learning 101. It is chock full of terminology, resources, examples and more to get you going in mobile learning. There are over 200 mobile and mobile learning terms defined in a glossary to help you understand the ever changing language of mobile. We’re also providing an App or Mobile Web Scenario Tool to determine if you really need an app for that. It features excerpts of the latest books by Dr. Clark Quinn and Dr. Gary Woodill in the application as well, a mobile app exclusive! Finally, if you are truly stymied, give our innovative and fun Idea Starters a shot, some lateral thinking might do some good (think Oblique Strategies, but for Mobile)! Did we mention the app is going to be free? We’re so pleased to be sharing our expertise with people who need it.
The other app we have currently cooking is called RabbleBrowser™. RabbleBrowser is a curated browsing tool. RabbleBrowser allows a leader or facilitator to lead a group browsing experience. The perfect tool for a classroom, boardroom or any meeting room. No more IM’ing URLs, emailing and hoping they go through quickly and not get caught in a spam filter, or hollering out “http://…” across a crowded room, just easy collaborative browsing. RabbleBrowser is currently planned to be only available for iPad, but other platforms may come in the future.
We’re excited to pre-announce these apps, be sure to continue to read our blog and subscribe to our newsletter to learn when they will be released.
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