Electronic pen aids collaboration

  AVerMedia® Information, Inc announced today the new AVerPen Mobile Interactive Collaborative Learning Solution, designed for educators focusing on collaboration, group learning and teaching mobility.
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 AVerMedia® Information, Inc announced today the new AVerPen Mobile Interactive Collaborative Learning Solution, designed for educators focusing on collaboration, group learning and teaching mobility.

This lightweight, interactive set of electronic pens allows up to seven users to collaborate on one screen without the need of a slate or board while facilitating immediate feedback with the use of the on board response keys. The pens may be used on virtually any surface in the classroom, making teaching and collaborative learning truly mobile.

For more information visit www.avermedia-usa.com/presentation

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