We asked users what we could do to give them more value, and the loudest answer was: ‘access to their content anytime, anywhere. Now, they have the comprehensive itslearning experience on a mobile device.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 09, 2017
Award-winning learning management system (LMS) developer itslearning, has delivered to K-12 students and teachers a fully featured, completely mobile LMS. With it, users have full access to course content, resources and tools on their Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. Additionally, students can use the app to submit assignments and upload files. The apps are available now in the App Store and on Google Play.
“We asked users what we could do to give them more value, and the loudest answer was: ‘access to their content anytime, anywhere’,” said Arne Bergby, CEO of itslearning. “Now, they have the comprehensive itslearning experience on a mobile device. No longer bound by desktops or classrooms, learning and teaching can happen on the go.”
Once users log into the app, they can click through to a list of their courses. Selecting a specific course then takes them to all related assignments, tests and lesson materials as well as a section showing the status of assignments and any required follow-up activities.
In fact, the full course curriculum planner and grading capabilities are available to teachers.
The messaging system has been enhanced so that teachers and students can receive feature-rich instant messages and notifications immediately on their devices.
The app login is streamlined, fast and secure. Users simply browse to their school, enter their credentials and go!
With a passion for improving teaching and learning through technology, itslearning lives at the heart of education. In fact, the itslearning platform is the first LMS in the K-12 marketplace to offer educators content accessible from the cloud, including 1.7 million free and open resources, searchable, tagged with rich metadata, and ready to use, and more than 35 peer-reviewed courses.
Established in 1999, itslearning is headquartered in Boston, MA and Bergen, Norway and serves seven million users worldwide. For more information, visit https://itslearning.com