HoverCam has redesigned its Flex 11 software to fully integrate with Zoom.
Mediasite has announced new video tools that provide users with flexibility to create engaging, data-rich, and personalized experiences for distance collaboration.
ScreenBeam’s Classroom Commander orchestration platform is now available for both Chromebook and Windows 1:1 classroom environments.
Joshua Kaufman, a Boston-based multimedia specialist, is passionate about “designing universally,” and he is on a mission to raise awareness of and access to accessible edtech.
Maxell Pro AV is shipping its Lecture Capture Collaboration Station, MA-XL1, which is designed to help instructors bring a greater level of normalcy to remote learning.
Michigan State University recently created a BrightSign-driven interactive player wall of fame to highlight notable Spartan alumni.
QSC has launched QSC@Home, an online portal featuring training, tutorials, certification, webinars, entertainment, and live online support from company experts.
Boston University's Linda Jerrett and Ernie Perez discuss how they handled the school's sudden shift to remote education in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
ViewSonic is offering its myViewBoard software for free to K-12 schools, colleges, and universities.
Interlochen Center for the Arts introduced a new $24-million Music Center featuring a state-of-the-art recording/teaching studio complex developed by Walters-Storyk Design Group.
BenQ has earned Tech & Learning's 2019 Award of Excellence for the installation of its RP Series Interactive Flat Panels (IFP) within the Kankakee school district in Illinois.
California State Parks has connected more than 500,000 students to state parks via virtual field trips since 2004.
Optoma has begun shipping two new projectors designed to deliver high brightness and dependable operation to classrooms and other professional settings.
In the majority of K-12 schools, instruction is moving away from a teacher-centric approach, and schools are demanding interactive technology that can keep up with the shift to more active learning.
The last decades have brought about a tremendous leap in pedagogical technology, enabling students to touch, connect with, and immerse themselves in their lessons.