AppInventor.org Award from American Library Association (ALA)

AppInventor.org was recently designated one of the Best Websites for Teaching and Learning, by the American Association of School Libraries (AASL). The award was announced at the American Library Association’s annual conference (press release).

AppInventor.org was developed at the University of San Francisco (USF) under the direction of Professor David Wolber and with the contributions of numerous USF students (see below). The site teaches beginners how to build apps with the drag-and-drop coding language, MIT App Inventor. The site reaches thousands of self-directed learners each month and provides a “Course-in-a-Box”  for teachers of all levels.

AppInventor.org and this award are only possible because of the amazing App Inventor language and the amazing work of Hal Abelson and the MIT App Inventor team. Great work everyone!

 

AppInvento.org USF Student Contributors
Thomas Oropeza
Jordan Goldin
JD Manuel
Vincent Zhang
Bin Lu
Brian Liberman
Cayla Shaver
Leonard Fernando
Jennifer Cruz-Hernandez
Olivia Kumar
Adam Toth-Fejel
Kelly Lazara
Andrea Conway

 

 

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