Intergalactic Mobile Learning Center

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    Intergalactic Mobile Learning Center
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    Intergalactic Mobile Learning Center

About Us

Intergalactic Mobile Learning Center

What we do

Mobile technologies are ramping up, worldwide, faster than any other technology in human record. There are 1.6 billion TV sets and 5.2 billion mobile phones! While K-12 education missed the desktop computer revolution, the Internet revolution, and the laptop computer revolution, it is not going to miss the mobile technologies revolution!!! We predict that by 2015 every child in every classroom in every school in the U.S. will be using a mobile learning device (aka smartphone, mobile tablet) 24/7 for curricular purposes. You can take that prediction to the bank!

To support the transformation of K-12, we have formed the Intergalactic Mobile Learning Center! The IMLC provides:

  • teachers with curriculum - curriculum that has been expressly designed to leverage the unique opportunities afforded by our software, Collabrify Mobile Platform
  • students with educational software – the Collabrify Mobile Platform provides a range of collabrified productivity tools and a backend for file saving, teacher grading, etc.
  • administrators, parents, and politicians with empirical evidence that learn-by-doing, supported by mobile technologies, leads to increased student achievement!!
We welcome partnerships with school districts, companies, foundations, universities, and individuals. Explore the links, and then, join us in COLLABRIFYING K-12!

Thank you,

Cathie Norris, Regents Professor, University of North Texas

Elliot Soloway, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, University of Michigan

Get Apps

Bring any device and get started!

Alpha Versions

Features

Collaborative apps for project based learning

Kids write together.

Kids read together.

Kids work together.

Kids talk to each other.

Kids plan together.

Kids draw together.

Kids color together.

Kids sketch together.

Kids build concept maps together.

Kids learn together.

Reviews

Read What's The People Are Saying About Us

“The tablets help us, as a class, we learn to work together, better and help each other learn.”

- 7th grade girl St. Francis

“When I use my tablet it makes learning more fun. It has helped me focus on what I've learned and remember it better.”

- 7th grade boy St. Francis

“It has been easier to see my classmates' opinions and learn from them.”

- 8th grade girl St. Francis

Native Apps

iOS and Android Applications

Co.KWL is a great tool for students to use to learn how to comprehend a reading assignment, the results of a class lesson or project, and the subjects on their next exam. In order to solve any problem or understand any assignment, students must first think about what they know, what they are wondering or want to know, what they are currently learning and how it applies to their problem, and any challenges they see in this problem. Co.KWL provides an easy way for students to write down their thoughts and organize them before or after they approach or solve a problem. In Co.KWL there are 3 different types of KWL charts students can choose from. There is KWL (standard), KWLE (standard with evidence), and project board style (standard with evidence and their challenges).

Teachers have used Co.Map to give their students an opportunity to collaborate and learn from one another. Students are able to converse over the subject and discuss how items are related to the given subject, which allows them to collectively learn from one another. With the collabrified concept mapping app, you can create and turn in assignments on the go, without even being in the classroom.

Articles

Associated to IMLC

App Screenshots

See what’s included in our Apps

Co.Write

Co.Write

Co.Map

Co.Map

Co.Map

Co.Sketch

Co.Sketch

Co.Sketch

The Team

Co.Explorers

Megan

Kaiwei

Aysh

Josh

Noreen

Adrian

Prof.Soloway

Dina

John

Tanner

Lucas

Saif

Support

For more info and support, contact us!

University of Michigan, North Campus, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA