Availability. On the web and on your device.

RNMobile works on both the iOS and Android platforms. Own an iPhone or iPad? You're covered. Own a Samsung, HTC, Sony or LG smartphone running Android? Not a problem. Don't have either? Take a look at RNWeb.

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Up to Date Content. Always pulled in from online.

RNMobile (and RNWeb) pull all the content from online, ensuring that the content is new and easily updated so you don't have to be.

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Research based. Focused on bringing to light new knowledge.

In light of the lack of knowledge about elements of the residential school program (see, for example, Tarc, 2011, p. 358), the knowledge presented in RNMobile focuses on creative an "(un)usual narrative" (Tupper & Cappello, 2008) of Canada's relationship with Aboriginal peoples.

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Multimodal. Rich mixture of representations and content forms.

RNMobile makes use of different modes of conveying knowledge, providing a more nuanced insight into a history that doesn't get sufficiently represented in documents such as our textbooks (Smith, Ng-A-Fook, Berry & Spence, 2011).

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