In the days since the Ivy League announced they would be launching an app that would allow students to access all of their school’s classes via their smartphone, there has been a lot of talk about how much it will affect students.
Now, Ivy League officials have opened up their doors for students to do so.
On Thursday, the schools announced they had launched an app called Twitter.
The app will allow students who are enrolled in the Ivy league to search through all of the school’s classrooms, with access to videos, essays, and notes, as well as the classes they are currently in.
The school also said they will have an on-demand video streaming service that students can access from their smartphone.
The app is designed to be the most flexible way to access classes, with the ability to create a schedule that suits students’ schedules.
It will also allow students and their families to search for classes they have missed, or have missed in the past.
Students will be able to access the classes via the app as well, with an option to search by name, grade, or a specific subject.
The new app is also designed to provide students with personalized access to their academic and extracurricular experiences, with professors being able to schedule classes for specific dates and times.