Monday, February 14, 2011

Mobile Reviews with Study Boost

There is a new free resource called Study Boost that connects with mobile phones. You create an account on Study Boost, then you can create your own "batches" of study questions. You can subscribe to the study questions via cell phone (you can also view them on the mobile web). In addition you can share your study questions with friends, teachers, and others so they can also review on the go.

Study Boost would be a great project for extending learning and allowing students to study at their own pace (and on the go!).


Geeta Bose said...

Hi Liz,

Since you are studying learning technologies, you may find it interesting to review a new SaaS and cloud-based LMS that's been launched recently - Lionsher ( You have access to the LMS for the free 14-day trial.

You may want to compare and contrast it with other LMS that you've used/reviewed and share your feedback. Thanks in advance.

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