Ultimately, the new design improves the efficiency of Ignitia by making the program easier for students to maneuver.
Rock Rapids, IA (PRWEB) August 21, 2013
This fall, student users will notice a new look within Alpha Omega Publications’ Ignitia online curriculum. A redesign of Ignitia’s student mode will help students interact more efficiently with the curriculum by allowing them to navigate it with fewer clicks.
AOP began the redesign by observing the way students work within Ignitia. To improve the overall student experience, those observations are being used to reorganize the way content appears within the curriculum.
The new layout conveniently allows students to shift between lesson content and questions with the click of a button, see their progress while working on a lesson, and much more.
"The redesign gives students a brand new visual experience within Ignitia," said Seth Dunham, Director of Christian Schools at Alpha Omega Publications. "Ultimately, the new design improves the efficiency of Ignitia by making the program easier for students to maneuver."
Within the new design, Ignitia will maintain all of its current operational functions. An instructional video will accompany the release to give students an inside look at the new design and help them locate familiar Ignitia functions.
When the layout debuts, students can choose to work within the Ignitia layout they know while learning to navigate the new design and adopt it permanently when they become comfortable with the new setup.
Additional details about Ignitia’s new design will be unveiled via blog posts and our social media accounts. Please visit https://www.aopschools.com/blog/cat/school-netalert?utm_source=PRWeb&utm_medium=PressRelease&utm_campaign=IgnitiaRedesign or https://www.facebook.com/aopschools for updates as the release approaches.
About Alpha Omega Publications
Founded in 1977, Alpha Omega Publications is a leading provider of award-winning PreK-12 Christian curriculum, educational resources, and services to Christian schools, homeschool families, and distributors. Visit Alpha Omega Publications online at http://www.aop.com/?utm_source=PRWeb&utm_medium=PressRelease&utm_campaign=IgnitiaRedesign or call 800-682-7391 to learn more.