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OB3 is the web app for online academic study.  Use it to create media-rich study documents that can be shared, discussed and annotated.  With OB3 you can:

  • author media-rich study documents while requiring users to only have basic computing skills
  • collaborate in synchronous or asynchronous learning activities via shared documents and in-context discussions
  • add personal or shared annotations to anything (then summarise these later for review) 
  • integrate OB3 content and activities with your existing learning management systems via IMS Global LTI standard

OB3 is delivered as software as a service and can be used as a standalone product, or connected with your LMS via LTI.

September 2014:  After 2 years of R&D OB3 v2 is now available.  Please contact us (sales@oceanbrowser.com) to arrange a demo.  (N.B. the video opposite is of our 2011 v1 product)

We expected the project to require programmers and designers, but with OB3 it can be completed by teachersMichael J Lew, University of Melbourne

Our project requires integration of pre-existing resources (presentations, animation and LiveCode simulation widgets) and fully standalone computer-based learning modules. We selected OB3 because of its capacity to freely combine such material within a textual narrative. Its support of Livecode web objects is crucial. We expected the project to require a concerted effort with contracted programmers and designers, but with OB3 it will become one that can be completed by the academic teachers.

Michael J LewSenior Lecturer
Department of Pharmacology
University of Melbourne

ob3v2

OB3 version 2 is now available.  Please contact us (sales@oceanbrowser.com) for more information, or to arrange an online demo.  Note that for now limited inf...

ob3v2

OB3 version 2 is now available.  Please contact us (sales@oceanbrowser.com) for more information, or to arrange an online demo.  Note that for now limited information on our new release is available here on the site, and the demo video (above) is of our older 2011 version 1 release.