<p style=”text-align: left;”>Absolutely yes! Downloads/Offline video playing, iOS and Apple TV app in that order. I access nma exclusively through my iPad and travel a lot. It would be great to be able to view the 3D models properly as well, but the offline viewing is #1</p>
No new ideas (yet) above and beyond my earlier post, just a big Yay! for the work starting. OK just one idea.. suggest an early release with a small set of functionality for people to play with, and opportunity to give feedback at that point
Make it possible to mark certain videos for offline watching, they can expire just like netflix. Allow for notifications or reminders to keep working on a class, similar to Duolingo.
Hopefully an app that works for both iphones and ipads would be preferable.
Notes that can sync through icloud, or connect your google account to make notes and pictures taken from the app, available in google drive.
For classes that have homework, allow the student to take a picture of their work so they can attach it to the relevant class, maybe the metadata can save the date, so if a student comes back to the course they can see their progress over time.
Also so the student can jump straight to the forum of the lesson. Make the transcript a “social learning” experience, with highlights, comments and maybe even images of other attempts placed at the location another person chose to highlight.
Actually, an option that automatically creates a # for each class, so you can take a screenshot and select “share to social media” and automatically # the image with #GlennVilppuRenaissanceDrawing #RussianDrawing, etc would be fantastic. It would be so much like sitting in an actual class and looking at your classmate’s works and even help create a learning network.