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Why Usb Headsets Are Better For Online Learning
By Mark Merrill, Chief Product Officer at Usb.
What do you do with in the classroom at school? Often, it’s the fun experiences that are most memorable – it’s the time when you get to connect to a bigger group that you can observe firsthand and when you get to do things you may not have been able to do without technology. And while the advantages of technology in the classroom are undeniable, especially in tech-focused careers such as tech leadership, there is an equally important reality that not everyone has access to the technology tools they need to do their job.
There are lots of technologies that online professors may use as part of their course, including iPads, desktop devices, smartphones, laptops, and even end cards. But there are certain tools that can help students and teachers alike boost engagement: user-friendly mobile application development tools, such as Usb.
Students need much more help than mobile device holders when it comes to applying the app learning patterns they see in online classrooms. User interface design, as well as zoom, scroll, zoom, center, and and scroll, create serious distraction issues for lower-grade students. As a result, students often make unfavorable decision-making during learning, and discover most things to be boring or frustrating.
Usb is an important solution because it helps engage students and teachers alike, while addressing some of the unique problems of online learning.
Usb is a mobile app development platform that tries to make the most of their users’ mobile devices and tablets. Users use Usb in a hybrid manner, which melds the strengths of native Android/iOS app development tools with the ease of mobile web development. Usb is free, web-based, and open source. The app development is saved as an XML File, and the app is leveraged easily from any computer.
Usb is also catered to institutions and faculty, and “specializes in easy-to-use mobile application development solutions for training, eLearning, and eProcurement,” claims the product description. Usb combines the best aspects of a desktop application with native mobile technology that unifies smartphone and tablet apps with an existing desktop experience.
Usb’s unique UX engine allows any app to be developed using a simple drag-and-drop interface. Usb works from anywhere via the web or a cloud connection – it has no lock-in capability, and the app developers can immediately deploy it to any mobile device through a web browser. The log-in is in a unique “card,” which makes it easier to login to the system than clicking on a web browser. Usb’s optimal storage of data also has a “cloud-like” feel to it, which makes it easier to work across different mobile devices.
Usb fits the needs of online instructors who want to integrate mobile application development into their classroom experience. It offers effective tools for management, and a “card” approach simplifies the log-in process. Usb is fast to deploy, and can handle as many as tens of thousands of users. And Usb can support diverse project sizes, providing a good value to its users.
Usb has an attractive cost benefit for organizations and schools that are currently using a competitive desktop product, and are looking for ways to integrate mobile app development into their campus or course.
For online institutions and employees, Usb stands out as the most cost-effective tool of its kind. Like other enterprise app-development tools, Usb is easy to deploy and enables business users with the “side-by-side” experience of powerful desktop apps at the same time. With Usb, you can apply the same design principles and build the same native apps for Android and iOS that your eLearning client or business partners build on your desktop PC. And users can view the experience on any device – desktop, smartphone, tablet, and laptop.