LearnCloud, crowdsourcing science, STEM PBL

readingposterRumie LearnCloud: the world’s largest crowdsourced open repository of free learning content. The LearnCloud is supported by skilled volunteers from around the world who help find great free learning content, which we then deliver to children on our tablets. It will soon be accessible by anyone using any mobile device – not just Rumie Tablets.

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