Share Your Favorite Mobile Learning Resources, Links, and Apps

Do you have a great website, resource, or app you’d like to share with Mobile Learning Experience 2012 participants? We’re making mini posters to place around the conference venue and we’d love to include your submissions!  Simply complete this form by April 5. We’ll select many of the submissions to make into posters, complete with QR codes for instant access. Feel free to submit multiple websites, resources, and apps. After the event, we’ll upload the posters to so you can see them all.

Below are two examples.


  1. Christy Saunders

    GRE Flashcards App

    This is such a great tool for educators seeking higher level education. As well as, a great app for English students seeking to expand their vocabulary!

  2. Kirby Dietze

    I use thus as an engagement tool in my High School English classes. I can have open ended questions which gather info from the whole class on a topic, or a question, or I can use the multiple choice function to ‘test’ student reading comprehension. I find it engages most kids in my room at a far better response ratio than a question posed orally to the class. At times I have even used the built in anonymity of the site to get feedback as to how students are struggling with a task or assignment. A great tool for any classroom; a tool I will continue to use in mine.

  3. Antwon Lincoln

    We think we are on the verge of something great for educators looking for a better way to discover education apps. Our goal at is to curate as many education apps as possible.. If teachers submit an app to Apps In Education we will send them an app redemption code. No Limit! We are on a mission!

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