Zurich, Switzerland – emeeyou, an education technology company based in Switzerland, has officially released an infographic titled, “Can a Mobile App really improve learning?” This informative graphic art debates whether mobile applications have the ability to enhance a child’s education.
Based on hard facts, case studies, and statistics, the infographic details many aspects of children’s interaction with mobile devices. The infographic has a wealth of information and proven outcomes with mobile apps and children. Some of the information has been taken from studies performed with emeeyou’s mobile application, Jungle Adventure.
“We have a lot of information about mobile application’s effects on children’s education from the studies and tests we have done with our app, Jungle Adventure,” said Deanne Hvala Granger, Managing Director and co-founder of emeeyou. “We used some of this information, and case studies from reliable third parties, to create the infographic.”
The infographic uses statistics and statements about the iTunes store, and cites National Association for the Education of Young Children and Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media. All of the references for information are documented in the infographic. The infographic is currently posted on visual.ly. For more information about emeeyou or the “Can a Mobile App really improve learning?” infographic, visit the company’s website.
Headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, emeeyou is an education technology company that is focussed on researching and developing evidence based educational products. Copyright (C) 2013 emeeyou. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.