We are pleased to announce that AppInventory has been enriched with the following apps: EducaPlay, Flexclip, GameSalad, Jitsi, Loopy, Onlitest, Pdf2go, Plectica, Text2MindMap, Tinkercad, WordsTool, Zoom, Genial.ly, Ourboox, Rocketium, TeamSpeak, Watson Text-to-Speech, WordArt
On September 25, 2019 we presented the paper “Organizing and evaluating resources and tools for active learning approaches” at the Conference Goodtechs 2019 which was held in Valencia, Spain from 25th to 27th September.
From today, AppInventory offers the possibility of comparing the data of the individual apps and the users’ evaluations in graphic form, through “radar” diagrams that can be viewed by clicking the icon.
For more details visit the interactive guide by clicking on the ? icon or the contextual guide accessible in the graphics panel.
On May 17, 2019 we presented the project AppInventory during the Conference Didamatica 2019 which was held in Reggio Calabria from 16th to 17th May.
On May 11, 2019 the AppInventory platform was presented during the VII Meeting Docenti Virtuali & Insegnanti 2.0 – Bologna.
We are pleased to announce that as of today, AppInventory offers a new feature: by clicking on the icon, visible at the top left, in the navigation window it is now possible to select the sorting criterion of the current navigation dimension, choosing it from the following:
Depending on the criterion chosen, the relative value for each app will be displayed in the list of applications below. In the case of user evaluations, positioning the mouse over the name of each app will display the number of votes on which the reported score is based.
Furthermore, using the icon it will be possible to remove the current filters and display the list of all the applications in the catalog.
As part of the UniudForAll initiative, on 1 April 2019, the AppInventory project was presented in the Council Chamber of the municipality of Gemona.
On January 23, 2019 the AppInventory platform was presented during the poster session of the Annual Conference of the Association for Humanistic Computer Science and Digital Culture – AIUCD 2019 – which was held at the University of Udine from 23rd to 25th January.
On January 18, 2019 we were guests of the Istituto Comprensivo III in Udine to present the AppInventory project.
To access the contents and activities of the meeting https://padlet.com/sasweblab_uniud/appInventory
We are pleased to announce that from today AppInventory provides a guided tour of the platform: by clicking on the icon at the top right of the catalog, the main elements of the catalog will be presented in sequence and the available navigation and search tools will be shown.