School eLockers« Education « Downloads
|Updated||December 12, 2012|
Change the way you share and collaborate in the post-pc classroom.
School eLockers is a secure environment for your school that provides a quick and simple way to distribute content to individual students, to a class or group of users, or to your entire school.
Using School eLockers, you can store and distribute files that were created on your computer, or Android device. With School eLockers, you can manage your files and also share content with other users, rate and tag eLocker items, and discuss items using text comments. You can create any number of shared eLockers for use by teams of students for quick, simple sharing, collaborating and peer review.
The School eLocker app for Android is a free app that gives you access to the School eLocker system any place or time on your Android device.
The free School eLocker app provides a natural extension to the School eLocker system, allowing schools to truly embrace the mobile learning revolution.
The School eLocker app also lets you capture images, audio and video on your device, or choose from your devices gallery, and share them immediately with other users in a safe and secure environment. You can share content immediately using either the app itself, or the School eLockers web interface. Files you add to your eLocker while you’re offline can be uploaded when an internet connection is re-established.
School eLockers is the perfect way to access your learning resources, carry your important files everywhere you go, and capture your own content and share it with teachers and students.
The following file types are supported:
– text notes
– Word, Excel, Powerpoint
Other file types are supported if your Android device has an application to open them.
– Login stability fix
– Timeline: See recent eLocker activity, and browse to files recently added or commented on
– Upload files from device Gallery
– Tag eLocker items
– Fixed bug where eLocker occasionally wouldn’t populate due to load balancing
– Other bug fixes
– Fixed bug in Android 4.2 which caused password encryption to fail
– Fixed issue with Shared eLocker menu button in Android 3.0+ not appearing when required