Enhanced Video Player, New Apps Introduced at FETC

1/30/2014 12:00:00 AM

At the Florida Education Technology Conference, the video learning platform Mobento introduced its new video player interface and Android and iOS apps for viewing educational videos on the go. Mobento, exhibiting in booth #1513, is a free, online library of curated videos for the K-12 market.

Two new free apps for iOS and Android devices that enable educators and students to download and view videos offline or while on the go can be downloaded at links to the apps are posted on Mobento.com - GooglePlay.com and iTunes.com. Educators and students who are 12 or older can download the apps to their devices free of charge.

Mobento.com currently hosts over 4,200 videos, from academic institutions, such as Stanford, Yale, NASA, and Khan Academy.

Educators can access Mobento’s free library of videos at Mobento.com.

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