PUNE, INDIA: Mobiliya, has launched Mobiliya Edvelop, a windows 8.1 and Android based learning management system that is deployed on Microsoft Office 365.
It leverages the capabilities of Microsoft Sharepoint, Exchange, Lync and OneDrive, packaged together in the office 365 bundle and provides custom workflows that allow students and teachers separated by time and distance to remotely connect and communicate on personally-owned Windows 8 and Android laptops and tablets.
"Universities and schools in emerging markets are distributing tablets to students to enable them to get acclimatized to the global scenario. They also understand the importance of digital classroom in the whole learning pedagogy. The management wants the student to stay connected on an LMS," said Krish Kupathil, CEO, Mobiliya.
The platform enables virtual classrooms using a simple single-user deployment tool and administration dashboard, capable of managing entire universities.
The Microsoft-backed platform enhances classroom interaction and engagement by providing educators innovative tools for creating individual learning paths and workflows for students, developing live-video presentations and lectures, creating group collaboration spaces, administering online tests, and housing assignments, content libraries and real-time attendance reports.
"Edvelop also serves to reduce educator time spent on non-teaching administrative activities, such as grading, data-entry, paperwork and course management. We aim at simplicity for the users and harness the power of Office 365 for Edvelop in prepackaged education workflows. We have revolutionized the classroom by deploying Mobiliya Edvelop and far ahead of what others are doing in this space," said Ankush Tiwari MD and SVP for Mobiliya.
Mobiliya Edvelop is fully compatible with Mobiliya Shoonya, a comprehensive solution for extensible device management, and Mobiliya KratOS, a secure enhanced Android platform and supports Windows 8 and Android tablets.