I’m an EFL teacher who’s been using Memrise personally for years. With the Covid-19 out and about, I was hoping to introduce my students to Memrise so they can continue to study at home. The problem is that while many of my students have a smartphone, fewer have access to computers at home in quarantine. (This is a culture where many students hang out at “PC rooms” to use computers for a cheap price, and they are discouraged to go to those places these days.) It’s annoying that even if I make these courses, my students won’t be able to find them without logging in to a computer. No other flashcard apps I’ve seen seems to be as good as Memrise, but if anyone has suggestions I’d appreciate it.
Yes, it would be a really helpful addition.
In the meantime, I just tried a possible workaround you could try. In the web browser on my android phone, I typed in the full url of one of your Korean courses ie: https://www.memrise.com/course/204201/korean-grammar-unit-1/ and started to learn the first couple of items in Level 2 (Level 1 is a multimedia level in that course). The course then became accessible on my android app. I guess you have an easy way of passing the url details to your students.
Hope this works for you.
Yes, provide the link for students – it’s also assumed that they need to log in on the web site with a working account.
Thank you! I can’t believe I didn’t think of that. My students are pretty young so hopefully it won’t be too complicated for them.
In addition, just use your web browser on your phone to search the MemRise website to find a course you like (eg from the community) and answer one question, then it will be on your list of courses on the App.
Don’t forget “a double search works wonders” eg Korean then keyword search “basic” or “grammar”
Probably they will offer community courses as a supplement only after one completing all official courses units in a given language. Or, when they create a better way to present community courses without clashing to their main products/courses.