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"The best mobile learning platform"
Prof Mike Sharples
University of Nottingham
FEATURES
Personalised learning tool used by 250,000+ pupils
Supports all subjects and learning styles
Export stories directly into powerpoint or save in your VLE
Improves learning outcomes and satisfaction of school trips
The technology underlying OOKL is familiar to all students and is very easy to use.

 
 
Supporting school trips to museums, galleries, zoos and more
Enquiry-based learning that works
Chances are you're on this page because a local cultural organisation has invited you to use OOKL at their venue. Here is a brief explanation how the service works.
 
 
Before the school trip
You have booked an educational session with a cultural organisation that is a partner on OOKL. They will send you an email with your user name and password. Before you arrive on the day, all you need to do is log onto OOKL and create a class and a visit. This will automatically generate a set of usernames and passwords for your class. Don't forget to bring this sheet on the day!
On the day
Your students will be given a learning task and a specially adapted mobile device which they will log on to. The device enables your students to learn about the place's collections and record their own observations (photos, sounds and comments) relevant to the task. All of the content accessed on the device is automatically uploaded to a private place on the OOKL website for your class.
Back in class
Back in the classroom (or home) students can log onto the website, see their content and create a digital story about the school trip. Digital stories can be exported to powerpoint or other software packages and saved in your online learning environment.
A visit to Colchester Castle Museum takes you through 2000 years of some of the most important events in British history. Once...
This stately Greek Revival Inn, once stood at the corner of Bluemound and Watertown Plank Roads. It was built in 1842 by Talbot...
The Land Heritage Institute (LHI) was founded in 2002 to develop, maintain and interpret a living land museum on 1,200 acres of...
Thomas Hardy was born in 1840 in this small cob and thatch cottage, which was built by his great-grandfather and is little...
Cornwall Iron Furnace is a designated National Historic Landmark. The furnace was a leading Pennsylvania iron producer from...


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