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RGS to Share Insights from SmartStart Digital Learning Pilot Program at ISTE Conference

RGS has introduced its SmartStart in-classroom digital learning pilot program.
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RGS has introduced its SmartStart in-classroom digital learning pilot program. RGS will be presenting highlights from successful SmartStart pilots at the upcoming International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference, June 28-July 1 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia.

RGS SmartStart allows schools to test out several aspects of RGS’ digital learning portfolio, for a minimal cost, before investing in a large-scale deployment.

The individual elements of the SmartStart solution include the RGS Windows® Wi-Fi Learning Device and RGS Education Chromebook, and the RGS Classroom Game Server, optimized for game-based learning with the popular MinecraftEdu© game. The program also includes access to a range of training and professional development options and modular classroom support such as web filtering and related teaching resources.

For more information, meet RGS representatives at ISTE booth #1363 or visit the RGS website at http://avnetrgs.com.

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