Most of us don’t need trade publications or surveys to tell us that the world is “going mobile” — we simply need to look around our own living room any day of the week. There are hundreds of blog posts, articles and comments about
Today, mobile devices have become a way of life. The instant gratification of news, shopping, social media, navigation and much more has become a given, all with the convenience of the swipe of a screen. A recent Forbes article revealed that since 2014, the use of mobile apps surpasses that of mobile internet browsers at an astounding 86% (apps) to 14% (browsers).
Rabbis and educators are all looking for new ways to help their students learn and retain information in a world that is becoming increasingly dominated by mobile devices and wearable technology. After all, a majority of teens are now carrying around mobile devices (see here) and your typical mobile phone user checks their device at
Technology is changing faster than ever. It is affecting the way in which our students learn and show interest in the classroom. Looking for ways to bridge the gap between the “out of touch” teacher and the tech-savvy student, educators around the world are beginning to implement Game Based Learning (GBL) in their classroom and homework... Read more »
Following our post entitled, 3 Free or Low Cost Ways to Build an App for Your Shul or Organization, we want to continue to focus on helping you advance your online presence—particularly at the mobile level. After all, ignoring this aspect of your online presence is a grave mistake.