Seamless access to educational resources is essential for students navigating increasingly busy lives and heavy course loads.
Redwood City, California (PRWEB) April 27, 2016
Course Hero, an educational technology platform for course-specific study resources, has launched a new Android mobile app to help the always-connected student study anywhere and anytime. The new offering includes millions of crowdsourced study resources (notes, test prep, and more) and flashcards to help students succeed.
A McGraw-Hill Education and Hanover Research last year found that 81 percent of students use mobile devices to study. As students are increasingly connected, they need study tools and resources that can keep up.
Enter Course Hero’s Android mobile app, giving students access to Course Hero’s grade-saving tools, including the ability to sync documents and flashcards via mobile device and desktop and even access them offline.
“Course Hero’s new mobile app expands access to our learning tools that today’s hyper-connected students can conveniently use from the one tool they use every day—their mobile phone,” said Course Hero CEO and Co-founder Andrew Grauer. ”Seamless access to educational resources is essential for students navigating increasingly busy lives and heavy course loads.”
Installing the app is free, as is browsing, previewing, and saving resources, and viewing all flashcards. Additional subscription-based services include access to full documents as well as 24/7 tutoring on the desktop version of the site.
To download Course Hero’s Android app, visit the Google Play store.
About Course Hero
Course Hero is an online learning platform that empowers millions of students and educators to master their classes. Powered by a passionate community of students and educators who share their course-specific knowledge and educational resources, Course Hero offers the biggest and best library of study documents, expert tutors, customizable flashcards, and advice. To learn more, please visit coursehero.com.
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