Two screens really can be better than one
Epson describes its BrightLink 697Ui ultra short-throw interactive display as “the ultimate academic collaboration tool,” and it’s nothing short of amazing.
Augmented Reality technology is cheaper than Virtual Reality gear, and it offers plenty of educational possibilities.
The best Chromebooks in 2019 are not just more powerful than ever, but also more flexible and boast longer battery lives.
Explore the latest and greatest computer gear for the classroom, from Chromebooks to creative to gaming.
ThinkCERCA is an online platform that challenges students in grades 3–12 in critical thinking, argumentative writing, and reading skills and strategies.
Here's a quick, side-by-side comparison of two popular options for digital portfolios and assessment: Seesaw and FreshGrade.
Products available: KidBizBOOST—grades 2–5; TeenBizBOOST—grades 6–8; EmpowerBOOST—grades 9–12. Each product runs on all platforms.
Although Adobe recently beefed up its free Acrobat Reader, that version still does not allow for PDF creation or text and image editing.
Autodesk Design Academy provides educators and students free access to product tutorials, exercises, projects, and courses for Autodesk tools as they learn about the world of 3D design.
The product, “Insight’s ADVANCEfeedback”, an evaluation management system, is one stand-alone component of a three-solution suite that also includes ADVANCEcalibrate and ADVANCElearn.
The Epson PowerLite 965H projector, with its bright, colorful, clear image from short and medium distances up to 20 feet, is ideal for classroom use.
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