With just a little imagination, you could easily make yourself a pretty cool mobile app using Open Data Kit.
The Screening Room
Open Data Kit is a free and open source set of tools which help organizations author, field, and manage mobile data collection solutions. The flexibility that open source offers means that the use cases for these tools are very broad. Check this introductory video about ODK tools which explains a rural medicine use case.
As an educator, I can’t help but visualize a very fun scavenger hunt where students use clues from one location to reach the next location of clues — and then take photos of milestones along the way. The mischievous elf inside of me suggests that some of the photos for this scavenger hunt be a challenge to take. A challenge, but not a dangerous challenge.
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