DataWind, maker of UbiSlate has launched iScuela’s multimedia rich educational content on UbiSlate tablets. Students in India can access this CBSE curriculum mapped rich content on UbiSlate tablets.
Parents and students can get this special educational package for Rs5,999 only at www.ubislate.com.This special educational package comes with the 7 inch capacitive, UbiSlate 7C+ tablet, a microSD Card and the full version of the learning content from iScuela.
According to DataWind, the trial version of the iScuela Education application will be preloaded on all DataWind tablets and the users are free to sample the content of the grade that they are more interested in and then upgrade the product to the full version. DataWind will also separately offer the full version on its popular UbiSlate 7C+.
Content once loaded is available offline on the tablet and can be accessed anywhere, anytime without internet connection. The offline content availability of the application provides the much needed flexibility to students to learn at their own pace. Interactive exercises, quizzes, experiments and 3D videos embedded in all the chapters across subjects help reinforce their understanding of the subjects.
Speaking about the launch of learning content on UbiSlate tablets, Suneet Singh Tuli, President & CEO, DataWind said, “Education is the only veritable way that we can help deliver on the Digital India programme as it also contributes in a meaningful manner towards our goal of bridging the digital divide.Ever since our first launch, we have focused on three objectives – 1) make devices more and more affordable 2) getting the best empowering content together on our tablets and 3) delivering free or almost free internet. The tie-up with iScuela for their content directly links in to our second objective.”
iScuela’s educational software has been recognized for its technology, pedagogy and content at several global prestigious platforms including the UNESCO and UNIDO backed World Summit Youth Awards. IScuela was also awarded at the World Education Congress.