Last fall, we put a spotlight on the new features and functionalities in store for XpressLab’s Library engine. Since then, we’ve been working hard to develop key enhancements that will make it easier for teachers to locate, share and interact with course content and assessments at their school, within their school board, and among education professionals across the country and beyond.
By improving upload and sharing workflows, teachers will soon find it easier to add activity content from the Library, directly within their personal courses.
Updated design features and tools such as: straightforward indexing of resources for better storage and sorting, intuitive search filters to make locating the best content easier, and a visual overhaul for more efficient Library interactions, are all in the final development stages and are slated for release to XpressLab users by the summer of 2015.
The latest additions to the XpressLab Library aim at revolutionizing the way education professionals interact with one another by truly supporting the sharing of resources, knowledge and expertise in 21st century learning strategies.
New social features in the XpressLab Library include:
By adding interactive and social features to the XpressLab Library, our goal is to help to create a community of educational professionals seeking to enhance 21st century and blended learning within classrooms across Canada and around the world.
Offering helpful feedback and opening up the discussion to teachers at individual schools, within school boards, and across the world, we are able to work together in achieving new standards for education and learning among our technologically empowered students.
What features would you like to see added to XpressLab’s resource Library? How can we make it easier for you to share your resources within your school and beyond? Share your feedback, questions and comments by emailing us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.