ClickView goes Windows 8

A free Windows 8 app from ClickView provides easy access to a wide range of educational video content.

The success of ClickView's iOS app - used by half of the company's Australian customers - spurred the development of a Windows 8 equivalent.

The apps provide 'off campus' access to ClickView-hosted content along with videos from TEDTalks, Discovery Channel, NASA and other providers.

The free Windows 8 app is available from the Windows App Store.

"The level and quality of rich video content available in the market today is outstanding, which is why we believe it is so important for teachers, librarians and students to have access to it in as many forms as possible, to maximise learning opportunities," said ClickView CEO Harvey Sanchez.

"The mobile app is also designed for students who live in rural or remote areas, who can now use their Windows 8 PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet to access a wealth of educational information stored in the ClickView Exchange," he added.

"Tools like our mobile apps are designed to help educators and students get more out of technology, thereby maximising their learning experiences and ensuring the learning process isn't limited to the face-to-face classroom environment."

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