Blackboard Mobile Arrives for Android Handsets on Sprint Network
Since 1997, Blackboard has made it possible for thousands of higher education, K-12, professional, corporate, and government organizations to go beyond traditional learning. Earlier today Blackboard announced the availability of a native application for Android handsets on Sprint’s network. The free title allows students to check grades and assignments, email instructors, and further discussions on blog posts and message boards and much more. Blackboard Mobile Learn help to recreate and enrich course experiences of Blackboard Learn with a native app specifically designed to take advantage of the Android platform. For more information head to Blackboard’s Android site.
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