Want to take some note during Podcast or Youtube? You should try “Inspod”, an astonishing app that help digital learners engage with digital content and take notes more efficiently.
Kdan Mobile, Ltd., an international software as a service provider, released Inspod, its new software. Inspod is the first Podcast and YouTube note-taking software available that allows learners to listen to podcasts or watch videos on YouTube. Kdan’s goal is to help digital learners engage with digital content and take notes more efficiently. The software made its debut on the Google Play Store with an expected release to Apple’s App Store this year.
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Millions of sheets of paper are used for educational purposes each year. Likewise, millions of notes, handouts, and exams are created for students to learn better. Undoubtedly, education plays a vital role in teaching learners about sustainability. However, knowing how we can do better for the environment “on paper” might not be sustainable enough in terms of environmental and social sustainability. Building a paperless classroom or learning environment is worth the investment.
The team at TeachThought states that “the idea [paperless classroom] promotes not just a reduction of paper and other physical resources, but a more efficient workflow, quicker communication, improved access to learning materials, seamless digital portfolios, and more naturally connected student-teacher-student networks.” We have gathered a set of Kdan Mobile’s professional digital tools that put you at the forefront of the paperless movement.
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Have you always wanted to learn a new language? we’ve put together this guide filled with language-learning strategies, tools, and tips to help you navigate the long (but rewarding!) journey of language learning.
Have you always wanted to learn a new language? You’re not alone. According to Duolingo, 30 million people attempted to learn a new language in 2020.
If you’re like many people around the world, this goal may be one you’ve been telling yourself you’ll start working towards for a long time now – but it can be a daunting task if you don’t know where to start. And even once you do get started, keeping up that momentum may be difficult.
While many of us were required to take language courses in school, learning a new language on your own, for example, translating English into French, takes motivation, dedication, and determination. Sometimes, though, you just need a little push!
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Join the microlearning trend to make your day more productive. Our new product, Inspod, can improve your learning experience on podcasts and YouTube.
Modern learning is tough. Many learners struggle to manage their time and focus on tasks due to a shorter attention span. According to a 2015 Microsoft study, the average attention span of a human dropped from 8 seconds to 12 seconds in 2000. That’s even less than a common household pet, the goldfish, which can focus for 9 seconds!
Microlearning, or learning from small chunks of content at a time, has become popular. It’s all about getting short bursts of learning in, usually with simple and narrow topics. People can learn quickly on their own time and learn with microlearning segments, which are easily accessible on mobile devices. For example, YouTube videos and podcasts are common microlearning resources.
Our all-new product, Inspod, allows you to take notes while streaming Podcast episodes and YouTube videos. Join the microlearning trend by checking out how Inspod could help improve your digital and mobile microlearning experiences. Take notes on your favorite podcast and YouTube shows!
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