iPads, Chromebooks and the Mobile K12 Education Opportunity
Join us for an Educelerate (@Educelerate) panel discussion "K-12 Classrooms a Gogo: iPads, Chromebooks and the Mobile Education Opportunity." In the last four years, millions of iPads have been deployed in schools across the US, generating headlines both for their positive impact on student outcomes as well as stories of more challenged roll-outs. (something actually written on this previously - see Making the iPad a Robust School Instructional Platform on Educelerate.com.
And it just so happens that Chicago is home to no less than THREE of the world's leading mobile K-12 edtech platforms for the Apple iPad ecosystem, including our esteemed panelists:
• Otus (@otusplus) - co-founder and Chief Product Officer Christopher Hull. Backed by Chicago's Bluhm family, Otus is an easy-to-use, yet powerful classroom tool that brings the best iPad and Chromebook education features together into one secure environment, and uses a single login. Otus is also a social enterprise with a mission to level the playing field in education through access to technology. Otus will always be free for teachers and students, with no in-app purchases, add-ons, ads, or premium features.