MetaMoji’s Thought Leadership Published in University Magazine E-Campus News

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MetaMoji’s staff writer published an article on the impact of mobile technology in the classroom propelling a more personalized approach to teaching.

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A staff writer from MetaMoji Corporation, global developer of business productivity and classroom apps, has just published a thought leadership piece in the university journal ECampusNews.com. In the article, MetaMoji’s staff writer Pamela Millar describes how mobile technology in general, and tablet computers in particular, are resulting in a movement toward “personalized blended learning” where teachers provide a more customized, and interactive teaching approach to reach certain students. The result is emerging as an education movement known as personalized blended learning.

MetaMoji Corporation had the honor of also interviewing and discussing mobile technology in the classroom with education leader Dr. Steve Perry. He is quoted as saying: “For decades, higher education has followed a tried and true, largely unchanged format since the Industrial Revolution. While modern-day technology has transformed other critical aspects of society, from the way products are manufactured to how goods and services are delivered to the way people manage their day-to-day lives, the approach to higher education had resisted opportunities for game-changing advancements. Fortunately, in the last several years, new entrants and approaches within the education arena have spurred the industry’s rapid adoption of new technologies, and substantially enhanced the options available to continuing education students.“

As this movement proceeds, many teachers are adapting lessons plans from linear thinking to a more fluid organic discovery incorporating exploration across the internet. The article states, “The role of the teacher in this freeform discovery is to give guidance and coherence to the student as they discover. Teachers who tap into this quest for “edutainment” are finding ways to reach students in the back of the classroom who tend to zone out of lessons based on traditional linear thinking. Many schools are adapting to these new approaches to student engagement.”

MetaMoJi has experience in educational app solutions with their website ranked among Homeschool.com’s Top 100 educational websites for 2015. MetaMoJi has been developing cross-platform productivity apps for mobile devices in thirteen languages ever since the iPad was first introduced. Their award-winning app, MetaMoJi Note provides a platform for personal and team productivity through annotation of PDF and Office documents as well as a high-res platform for mashup of meeting notes, visual content and even voice memos. MetaMoji Share builds from these powerful capabilities and adds collaborative virtual whiteboard capabilities where several or dozen of participants can visually interact over a real-time virtual whiteboard on their mobile devices

In just the past few weeks, MetaMoji Share for Classroom has been introduced providing teacher a virtual look over the shoulder and wrap around tutoring capabilities for students working on tablets, whether in the classroom or from afar.

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