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What are the different components of Oneder?

Last Updated: Nov 11, 2016 09:31PM EST
Oneder is compromised of 3 main components: The Oneder Editor, the Oneder Player, and the Oneder Sidekick.  All three components work seamless together, assisting educators and professionals to create lessons and visual supports in minutes.  

What is the Editor?

The Oneder Editor can be accessed on a desktop computer or mobile device.  Using the Oneder Editor you are able to create an unlimited number of lessons with embedded visual supports that are uniquely selected for each student.  Also, lessons can be created for small group and whole group instruction.  Lastly, within the editor, educators can input both student and lessons goals for easy and seamless data tracking and progress monitoring.

What is the Player?
Each student that is using Oneder will access their lessons and supports on a player application that can be installed on both iOs and Android mobile devices and tablets.  The player application requires wifi to download new and updated lessons, then lessons can be played offline. 

What is the Sidekick?

The Oneder Sidekick allows educators to collect media (i.e., images, videos, audio files) and track data on the go! Log in to your sidekick on any mobile device and watch your media and data tracking seamlessly sync with the editor, making creating content and tracking student progress swift and accessible at any time.
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