Glossary: Web and Mobile Resources- create a descriptive abstract that includes: Who is the audience of the resource? Who is providing the resource (Publisher/organization).

There are lots of wonderful math-related activities on the web and as apps for mobile devices. You are to share your findings. You are expected to share at least one resource that connects with the topic of: Logical Thinking In the Concept field place the topic first (logical thinking) and the title of the mobile or online math tool. Please Note: It is important to list the topic first and from the list, since this will make sorting by topic possible In the Definition area: Include a brief description for the source post a link (URL) to a web resource or the app name of the resource (and whether it is Android, IOS (Apple) or both) create a 100-150 word descriptive abstract that includes a(n): Who is the audience of the resource?

Who is providing the resource (Publisher/organization). Summary of what is available through this resource, including recommended ages for the activities within. Identification of strengths and weaknesses, including navigation and accessibility; level of interactivity and site help and organization. This should be in the format of a glossary entry. Your glossary entry needs to be presented in a professional and clear manner. Think of what would make this entry most useful for other classmates looking for resources to use. The evaluation of your entries will consider clarity of your description, helpfulness to the user and content organization.