Are you looking for M-learning apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Brainmint – This is a mobile learning management system that aligns the learning and development of teams with an agile model of learning on the go. The app works both online and offline and is available on Android and iOS platforms. It uses gamified learning experiences to teach and assess students; for example, its leaderboard shows the top performers, which motivates children to perform better.
CellCast Mobile Learning – CellCast is a mobile platform that provides mobile learning, content creation, delivery, and management. CellCast is available on iOS (iPhone and iPad), Android, Windows, and web browsers. It has a customizable user interface and supports a wide variety of content formats.
Kedzoh mLearn – Kedzoh mLearn is a mobile learning app that allows users to take, create, and share simple, three- to five-minutes lessons on their Android devices. Lessons can be created and shared anytime with or without an Internet connection. The app is aimed at enterprises that require close interaction and feedback. Users can access the app on Android or iOS devices while being part of an existing team or creating their team. The app also offers the use of multiple languages for flexibility.
Scriyb – Scriyb is a synchronous, cloud-based, mobile learning engagement platform that allows a teacher to instruct thousands effectively. Scriyb can be used to conduct live real-time training where instructors can train their workforce about new technologies, latest releases, and rapidly evolving practices in cybersecurity. This tool