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Warsash to introduce learning App

Warsash Maritime Academy, part of Southampton Solent University, is to introduce a new mobile learning App, designed and developed by CM Group, to provide students and staff with mobile and online access to learning content and Academy communications.

The App will initially be available for iPad, with an Android App to follow soon afterwards.

“The launch of (a previous) mobile learning App within the Superyacht Academy was very successful and the feedback we received from our students was extremely positive," said Lars Lippuner, business development manager at Warsash.

"It convinced us that the solution was right for wider deployment and so we decided to expand the scope of our mobile offering by deploying a similar system to the students and staff at the Maritime Academy, so that they will also be able to see the benefits that mobile learning will bring to their learning programme."

Developers CM Group say that the new mobile learning App deployment should enable the Maritime Academy to reduce both the time and costs involved in producing, updating and distributing paper-based course material to its students.

The students will also have access to their learning content via the App whilst offline, removing the need to carry large and heavy course material whilst travelling.

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