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|Updated||November 29, 2013|
Learnist for Android is a vibrant community of people learning from each other and sharing what they know. As you use Learnist, we help you find new people and new information that matters to you.
You can learn just about anything via Learnist. Make sure to follow people, tags and categories to experience interesting Learnist boards relevant to you.
Learnist makes learning from experts fast and easy by remixing anything on the web like videos, ebooks, maps, blogs, podcasts, surveys and more into simple and elegant learning resources on any topic. Learnist is like a collaborative, multimedia and interactive ebook from the future.
Collaborate with other experts, interact with curious people, and display your personal expertise in topics you feel passionately about. Build and share a Learnist board based on your interests and areas of expertise.
Learn almost anything with content curated from websites and blogs, YouTube, Wikipedia, Soundcloud, Google Docs, Google Maps, Google Books, and more!
Browse and Learn
– Create a personalized learning experience around topics you want to learn about
– Browse Learnboards created by experts, teachers, professors, your friends and fellow learners covering thousands of topics in categories like Art & Design, Music, Sports, Education, Food & Drinks, Politics, Technology, Travel, Games, Health & Fitness, News, Entertainment, Crafts and more.
– Follow your favorite Learn Boards and people to get updated on their newest content.
– Collaborate and ask questions about anything in Learnist and help others on topics you know.
– Find information by quickly searching tags, titles and keywords.
Learnist has been featured in Mashable, Time, TechCrunch, All Things D, PBS’s MediaShift, VentureBeat, Wired, Oprah.com and many more.
Check out what some people are saying about Learnist from recent reviews:
“New Web Based Teaching Product Makes Learning Look Pretty” – Mike Isaac, All Things D
“Search engines may make it easy to find information, but they don’t necessarily do the same for learning it. That’s why the founders of social test prep startup Grockit want to re-configure online content such as YouTube videos, Wikipedia entries and ebooks into ordered lesson plans.” – Sarah Kessler, Mashable
“It is a playground of media and data that can act as a hub for the flipped classroom (more on that tomorrow) the same way Google+, Edmodo, or YouTube channels can, but ultimately with more flexibility.” – Terry Heick, TeachThought
“It’s more than just a website — it’s an entirely new way of looking at websites. Remember how Myspace and Facebook changed the way we thought of socializing and interacting online? Learnist might just change the way we look at learning. How? By taking that social sphere, accessing all the knowledge that can be found there and organizing it in a way that makes learning fun and simple.” – Alayna Frankenberry, The Sprout Fund
“I have so many ideas for learnings… and for the first time, I’m excited to use an online tool. This allows me as an expert in certain areas to demonstrate ideas and concepts in a way that can transcend but compliment the blogosphere. It also allows me to learn from others in areas of interest, or to find other interests entirely. I followed a board on microeconomics because for the first time, it interested me.” Nikki Barr, The Pink Ticket
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