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Learning Research, Inc. Building Learning App Ecosystem(March 06, 2012)
Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
eDoorways International Corporation (pk: EDWY.PK - News) announced today a lean startup development program by its subsidiary Learning Research Inc. (LRI) to bring its proprietary adaptive learning technology to the world of mobile devices. Under the stewardship of its new CEO Dr. Robert B. Wesson, LRI will follow the lead of Apple Inc. to create a completely new ecosystem for creating, building, validating, marketing and executing mobile-centric educational and knowledge-sharing modules. A video of Dr. Wesson's announcement can be seen at LearningResearchInc.com.
Four years ago there was not an app for that, Dr. Wesson said, and programmers were still high priests who spoke in a language no one else could understand. Today, my kids can build a website or a mobile app using drag-and-drop tools inside sophisticated integrated development environments. Once theyre built, they can be instantly uploaded and marketed via the App Store, producing potentially huge royalty income for both the author and the App Store owner. And anyone with a mobile device can enjoy them at incredibly low cost.
We intend to field such an ecosystem for learning apps, Dr. Wesson continued, building from the core LRI technology we just acquired from eDoorways. Educators from professors to virtually anyone with specialized knowledge will be able to use the online LRI toolkit to build a learning app that adapts to the needs and ability of its user, then submit it to eDoorways App Store for sale and distribution, where it can be bought and executed on a wide range of mobile devices, from tablets to phones to iPods. Naturally, eDoorways and LRI will almost immediately see new sources of revenue from every step of this ecosystem, all derived from experts (but not programmers) who desire nothing less than to share their knowledge with users willing to pay a little something to learn it.
LRI expects to demonstrate a minimum viable product (MVP) prototype of its new learning technology ecosystem in a few months, and will be in stealth mode until then to accomplish its ambitious mission. To follow what progress is announced publicly, please visit LearningResearchInc.com or sign up for its RSS feed.
For more information on eDoorways International Corporation and/or the "eDoorways 2.0 platform," please visit our website at http://www.eDoorways.com or e-mail a package request to Jeffrey(at)HeritageCorporateServices(dot)com. You can also make comments via the corporate blog (http://www.eDoorways.wordpress.com), or follow us on Twitter (http://twitter.com/edoorways).
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Heritage Corporate Services, Inc.
Jeffrey Staller, President
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