Last week, we announced the winners of the Create Your Character Competition. Schools in Stoke, Fife, Wigan, Essex and Havering were the victors – and you can see the winners and the runners-up here.
Our in-house artist has been busy recreating the children’s avatars ready to incorporate into Learnanywhere – one of the first to be completed is in our picture. Crazy Bot was submitted by Maciek of Christ Church CE Primary School, Wigan, who we visited this week to present their prize to them. Local papers also got in on the action – so if you live in the
We’re constantly working to improve both the look and the technical capacity of the Learnanywhere primary learning platform. So, for the first post on this new Learnanywhere focused blog we thought we would show off recent examples of both.
A new set of Learnanywhere Avatars are being developed, providing pupils with even more ways to personalise their learning buddy. A large range of new characters will soon be available (with the new Stacy avatar already added IMAGE – cant show rest as not QAd), including Olympics based designs to help pupils get in the mood for the summer of sport.
Last month saw the release of Stacey, the latest and greatest Learnanywhere avatar.
The character got plenty of praise from users across the country. So much in fact, that one of our expert graphic designers rushed straight back to the drawing board with a cunning plan. Quick as a flash he compiled a huge list of ideas and began sketching a line of exciting new avatars.
The big plan for Learnanywhere
His plan: To engage children with the best and biggest range of costumes and characters ever seen in Learnanywhere (and probably any virtual learning environment ever).
After weeks of toil at his