Nintendo Network has announced it is rolling out Aha, a new online learning platform for Nintendo DSi/3DS.
The platform is the successor to its popular Aha Online.
Users can connect to Aha by simply downloading the Aha app on their mobile devices.
Users have been able to join the AHA network for a few weeks, and the app was launched in Japan last week.
The Aha instructor networks, which are also available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, will allow users to connect with the same instructors they’ve been following on Nintendo DS.
Aha instructors are also able to connect via the Nintendo Network.
Players can join a list of instructors who have been active on Aha.
You can then see a list by using the Aye interface.
The list includes teachers that have had many hours of Aha experience, and those that have been very active.
You will also find instructors who are not on the list, but you can also see their achievements.
You can also view instructors by name, as well as by their schools, their network, and whether or not they have taught on AHA.
You should note that this is not the same as a classroom, which has a separate teacher list for each class.
Players who have signed up for the Ayaa, AhaNet and AhaTeach app can start connecting with Aha teachers.
The AyaAha and AyaTeach apps will allow for offline access to a range of AHA instructors.
Aha instructors can also find out more about their classes, and a list with a range that includes their courses.