AppsAnywhere Front End Developer, James Walker, delivers a live workshop on AppsAnywhere's new Canvas integration, the future of VLE integration for AppsAnwyhere and demonstrates the App Lists feature.
- Canvas integration
- Sneak-peak at further VLE integrations
- Sharing an individual application
- Filtering the App List via URL
- Creating and sharing an App List
- Accessing an App List as an end-user
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The implications of the App List feature on the end-user experience are numerous and will result in easier and more efficient navigation and launching of software by faculty and students.
Faculty can create lists of apps for specific course modules and share them via URL with relevant student groups. This can be enacted ahead of time and deployed to VLE bulletin/announcement boards to result in less time accessing and loading software, and more time teaching/learning. Another benefit of this is a great reduction in the likelihood of faculty requiring IT support during lab and lecture theatre time, both of which lend to improved student experience and information retention.