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Greetings, The ELI is preparing an upcoming issue of its 7 Things You Should Know About... series on GUI-based tools/sites that enable you to develop a mobile app without writing code. Examples include shoutem, MIT app inventor, AppMakr, etc. We are looking for instances in which these tools are being used in teaching and learning projects for inclusion in the issue. Is anyone at your campus using a tool like this for teaching and learning? Or do you know of anyone at another institution who is doing something along this line? For this issue, we are excluding the use of HTML and mobile device-based browser. many thanks in advance for any leads you might be able to provide! I am cross-posting on several lists, so apologies for the repetition. Malcolm ---------- Malcolm Brown Director, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative email: mbrown@educause.edu IM: fnchron (AIM) Voice: 575-448-1313 [cid:87BF07FD-251F-4DE1-8430-53BC6D345353] ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
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Greetings, The ELI is preparing an upcoming issue of its 7 Things You Should Know About... series on GUI-based tools/sites that enable you to develop a mobile app without writing code. Examples include shoutem, MIT app inventor, AppMakr, etc. We are looking for instances in which these tools are being used in teaching and learning projects for inclusion in the issue. Is anyone at your campus using a tool like this for teaching and learning? Or do you know of anyone at another institution who is doing something along this line? For this issue, we are excluding the use of HTML and mobile device-based browser. many thanks in advance for any leads you might be able to provide! I am cross-posting on several lists, so apologies for the repetition. Malcolm ---------- Malcolm Brown Director, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative email: mbrown@educause.edu IM: fnchron (AIM) Voice: 575-448-1313 [cid:AE454C82-10CE-473D-8FF1-7683D6F8A6C2] ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
Greetings, The ELI is preparing an upcoming issue of its 7 Things You Should Know About... series on GUI-based tools/sites that enable you to develop a mobile app without writing code. Examples include shoutem, MIT app inventor, AppMakr, etc. We are looking for instances in which these tools are being used in teaching and learning projects for inclusion in the issue. Is anyone at your campus using a tool like this for teaching and learning? Or do you know of anyone at another institution who is doing something along this line? For this issue, we are excluding the use of HTML and mobile device-based browser. many thanks in advance for any leads you might be able to provide! I am cross-posting on several lists, so apologies for the repetition. Malcolm ---------- Malcolm Brown Director, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative email: mbrown@educause.edu IM: fnchron (AIM) Voice: 575-448-1313 [cid:F0C9B5CA-995E-4088-ACEB-84452A47B106] ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
Greetings, The ELI is preparing an upcoming issue of its 7 Things You Should Know About... series on GUI-based tools/sites that enable you to develop a mobile app without writing code. Examples include shoutem, MIT app inventor, AppMakr, etc. We are looking for instances in which these tools are being used in teaching and learning projects for inclusion in the issue. Is anyone at your campus using a tool like this for teaching and learning? Or do you know of anyone at another institution who is doing something along this line? For this issue, we are excluding the use of HTML and mobile device-based browser. many thanks in advance for any leads you might be able to provide! I am cross-posting on several lists, so apologies for the repetition. Malcolm ---------- Malcolm Brown Director, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative email: mbrown@educause.edu IM: fnchron (AIM) Voice: 575-448-1313 [cid:4F4F2C59-C466-46B6-9742-93C8B9EE68B1] ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.