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Mobicip Application Mentioned in IEAR.org Podcast Show

MOBICIPNEWS on September 09, 2010

Education Apps Review (IEAR), a Community Effort to Grade "Educational Apps", recently published their Podcast show hosted by Scott Meech with co-hosts, Susan Wells and Judi Epcke.  Please enjoy their podcast show on the importance of 1 to 1 learning programs

Susan Wells, Culbreth Middle School Principal, shares how her school has successfully put an iPod Touch in every child's hand at their school in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.   Susan also brings up the Mobicip application and how our application has helped her reach her goal.

Mobicip's dynamic content filtering technology helps educators and parents protect their children from a new wave of Internet hazards stemming from mobility so they can learn and love the mobile web. Mobile Internet devices like the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad are highly capable computers that contain browsers that can find anything on the Internet—irrespective of whether or not the content is appropriate for the child browsing or learning. 

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