Going Paperless: App Development

It is a bit ironical to say that soon enough, physical papers and pens with be more or less completely replaced by their digital substitutes everywhere; from offices to classrooms and every place conceivable. In all parts of the world alike, humans are fast moving from using stationary for writing and other documentation purposes to using digital devices entirely as they are believed to be less messy and more accurate. This trend however is being criticized widely by the generations that used actual stationary claiming that merely typing things on a computer don’t have the same effect on a child’s brain as writing things down word by word by using a pen, on paper.

However, today’s colleges and all educational institutions are embracing the paperless system where all data bases are pretty much saved and processed on computers and without browsing manually, children are able to find books in a library simply by inserting the name of the particular book in a programme. Parents complain that much like the systems at colleges, children too are turning into droids who are more  less insensitive and oblivious to their surroundings – hence, not completely able to grasp and enjoy the beauty of nature and its phenomena. It is believed that due to this reason, aesthetic subjects have been made compulsory to feed in emotions such as empathy into the children of today.

From a functional point however, mobile app development Melbourne use has come a long way from being a mere tool for finding out what book sits where in a library. By using applications, it is believed that in future, children or parents will be able to notify teachers or officials in charge if they are unable to attend classes for some reason. On the same note, if a child is not in the class at a given point, this same platform could be used to alert or notify the parents.

Experts who engage in iphone app development for school at http://mobileconnekt.com.au/education/ use believe that these programs would help bridge gap between students and teachers and thereby contribute for the creation of a friendly relationship between the two parties resulting in the leaning process being a more pleasurable and less stressful experience for the children. Even after school hours, this will help two parties keep in touch and students also to be in touch with one another, sharing knowledge and clearing doubts etc more effectively. In the future, experts also believe that all processes involving students would be simplified and more digitized so that the children will be in the loop as much as their parents at every stage concerned.