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Apps for Research, Study, & Learning: Distance/Online Education

A collection for iOS and Android apps for research, study, productivity, and more!

Distance and Online Education Apps

Canvas Student (Android & iOS)

Conveniently access your Canvas online courses from a mobile device. With this app, you can view grades, post to class discussions, send/receive messages, submit assignments, take quizzes, and more.

Canvas Teacher (Android & iOS)

This app allows instructors to run their online courses on the go—access grading, communications, and course updating functions.

Lynda.com - Online Training Videos (Android & iOS)

View Lynda.com content on your mobile device. This app also allows you to download videos for offline access. If you haven't set up a Lynda.com account yet, you can view set-up instructions on the MCC website.

Kahn Academy (Android & iOS)

Access educational videos, interactive exercises, articles and more with this app.

Duolingo (Android & iOS)

This language learning app has over 200 million users; compete with your friends as you learn a new language.

Memrise (Android & iOS)

Memrise is another high rated language learning app with content for beginners and advanced language learners alike.

Udacity (Android & iOS)

Udacity provides free access to content designed together with companies like Facebook, Google, Amazon, and others. Master skills that are in-demand by top employers.

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