05 May Appinventory rewarded by the Ministry for Education
The online catalogue was listed among the useful online devices for distance learning
On 22nd April, the Italian Ministry for Education, University and research, listed Appinventory among the most remarkable instruments for distance learning. The online catalogue achieved this result during the Covid-19 emergency, which in Italy resulted in the suspension of standard classes. This important resource has been developed by Sasweb Lab, under the guidance of Professor Antonina Dattolo.
Appinventory (link: appinventory.uniud.it:), which is completely free, is basically an archive of online and easily usable softwares which can improve both distance learning and teaching. It provides all the people involved in the process with innovative and interesting instruments. The access is free and available both in English and Italian. Appinventory contains 281 apps, which are ranked in 25 categories and three main macro-areas. The softwares are of many kinds and can help students and teachers in many activities. Presentations, mindmaps, tests, surveys and so on and so forth.