Rather than just iPhone, these totals include all mobile classroom apps (iOS and Android, tablet and smartphone):
In 2013 the mobile classroom apps were accessed in 179 countries and all 50 states in the U.S.
In 2013 the mobile classroom apps had over 8 million visits and over 28 million page views from 167,783 visitors.
Waypoint originated with two challenges shared by all educators: creating the personalized, timely feedback that learners need, and measuring student progress in subjective (and important) areas like written communication, critical thinking, presentation skills, and information literacy.
Waypoint innovated around the basic idea of the rubric, the criteria-based assessment tool used by educators around the world, and built a powerful platform that can be easily integrated with leading learning management systems. Nearly 5 million evaluations of student work later, Waypoint has helped thousands of educators provide better feedback more efficiency and helped numerous institutions develop the data they need to understand their learners' acquisition of the skills that matter most. Ashford University's use of Waypoint to demonstrate evidence of student learning was recognized as an important contributor to the achievement of accreditation by the Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC) in 2013.
In 2013, we demonstrated our commitment to open technology standards to improve educational outcomes by achieving Learning Tool Interoperability (LTI) certification. Waypoint Outcome's conformance to LTI v1.1 will help more institutions easily integrate Waypoint's unique assessment tools with their learning management systems.
Nearly 5 million student documents have been submitted via Waypoint as of the end of 2013.
The average number of Waypoint evaluations per student grew 4.91% in 2013.
The average number of Waypoint evaluations per student at Ashford University grew 11.45% in 2013.