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TIA Instagram – Submit Your Photo!

October 16th, 2020

We are now accepting student photo submissions for the TIA instagram account! We will also give FREE GIVEAWAYS (e.g. TIA T-shirts) to all students who submit a photo that is featured on our instagram page. Submit your photo here now!


Learn: A major update to our iOS video app

December 22nd, 2017

I’m happy to announce that we recently released a significant update to our iOS video app, which we are now calling TIA – Learn. You can download it from the App Store, or simply update your existing TIA app through the App Store.

Updates to the new Learn app include:

- Download unlimited videos to your device for offline viewing
- Fully optimized for all iPhone and iPad models
- Stream videos over WiFi or cellular data with option to download videos over WiFi only
- Track your progress as you watch lesson videos
- See all downloaded (offline) videos in one place (like making a “playlist”)
- Update user interface, including more intuitive video controls for skipping forward/back
- Adjust video playback speed on a video-by-video basis and also set a default preference
- Quick access to the discussion forum for each lesson
- Your lesson progress is synced across your devices and the TIA website. If you stop watching a video on the website or app, you can simply resume in that same spot using the website or the app.
- Free samples included without a TIA registration

We also recently updated the Android version of the app to do the same syncing described above. This was a big feature request, and we are happy to deliver it to all platforms. We have more Android updates planned in the future.

Keep in mind the new Learn app is in addition to the newly created Flashcards app that we released in 2017 for iPhone and Android. We plan to continue enhancing both apps and appreciate all of the positive feedback we’ve gotten so far.


Flashcards Web App

September 1st, 2017

I believe that you should all now be able to see the Flashcard Web app on the lessons page. It appears as a new tab on the right side, next to the “Work Problems” tab. Just click on the tab to launch the app.

The functionality of the App is the same as the iOS version, which you can review in this short video of the app’s features.

Keep an eye out for another flash card related announcement next week!


Flashcards app for iPhone is here

July 31st, 2017

We are excited to announce our new Flashcards app is now available on the iOS App Store! We also put together a short video of the app’s features.

Some of the cards for exam P are already in the app, so you can start using them as soon as you like.   We hope to have the rest of the cards for exam P posted later this week.

This version is only the beginning, and we have more features planned. The Android version is also extremely close and should be ready soon.


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January 15th, 2009

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