INDIANAPOLIS, July 31 – CurriculumLoft introduces its iPad app for syncing digital curriculum content to student devices, which has been approved for download on the iTunes market and will be available for the upcoming new school year.
With CurriculumLoft, teachers store and share their digital teaching resources on a web-based platform called CurriculumLoft CLOUD. Now they will have the ability to sync that content locally to student iPad devices so that students can access digital resources from anywhere, even where Internet access is not available. The sync takes place in any wireless environment, and then the materials remain local on student devices until teachers decide remove them (also remotely).
CurriculumLoft’s content syncing component, called EXPLORE1to1, has been available for Android devices since last year, and now school districts will have the ability to purchase device licenses for iPads as well. Additional features will include asset tagging for devices, remote device registration, and individual student sign-ons.
CurriculumLoft is a mobile learning solution (MLS) for one-to-one environments, providing cloud-based content storing and sharing, wireless assessment delivery with automatic grading, mobile device management, classroom device management, and student devices. For additional information about CurriculumLoft, visit www.curriculumloft.com or call 866-553-5638.