4 Reasons to Use the APUS Mobile App
This article was originally published at Online Learning Tips.
One of the benefits of online education is the ability to work on your assignments anywhere with an internet connection. Launched in May 2015, the APUS Mobile App, takes this one step further with features that makes it easy to fit earning a degree into your lifestyle.
Here are four ways the APUS Mobile App helps the online student.
- Post forum responses on the go
Discussion forums are an important part of each online course at AMU. The mobile app lets you work on responses on your morning commute, while waiting at the airport, or even at home when your computer is in the other room.
- Message your professor or classmates
At times, you may have a question for your instructor or classmate that can’t wait until you’re home in front of your laptop. Using the mobile app, you can send and receive messages throughout the day and get answers to your time sensitive questions.
- See your assignments at any time
Need to plan your study schedule? Check your assignment due dates at any time with the mobile app so you can set business meetings, make social plans, or go to bed early without the fear of missing a deadline.
- Check your grades from anywhere
In 2015, 64% of adults reported owning a smartphone and usually have it with them at all times. Using the APUS Mobile App, students can check their grades and even toggle between active courses to see assignment feedback.
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