Float’s suite of mobile apps generated quite a buzz last week throughout mLearnCon in San Jose.
Tappestry, in particular, won Best Overall demo at the mLearnCon DemoFest, which the eLearning Guild describes as being “like a science fair … a collective showcase of mLearning examples where conference participants show off their latest projects.”
Tappestry, the enterprise social network for learning, competed against more than 35 other projects from industry-leading companies such as Adobe, Cisco Systems, and PricewaterhouseCoopers, as well as respected academic institutions such as BYU and Indiana University.
Throughout the two-hour event, many attendees found out that measuring social and informal learning is now possible as a result of using Tappestry. Tappestry is the first app in the Apple App Store to use the Experience API (aka Tin Can API), a topic we’ve written extensively about.
“For Float to be recognized by the community as Best of Show in such esteemed company, it shows the attendees recognized our quality and innovation,” said Chad Udell, Float’s managing director.
Dr. Gary Woodill accepted on Chad’s behalf.
Tappestry is available for free through the Apple App Store and Google Play.
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