Ohio's Bloom-Carroll Local School District is shoring up its classrooms through two technology grant programs open to all schools--one a corporate program providing free classroom amplification systems, the other a program that distributes used computers to schools from government and military sources.
- By Bridget McCrea
Acer has unveiled an ultra portable DLP projector that displays HD and 3D images in small, low light venues without the aid of a bulb.
Sanyo and eInstruction have teamed up to release two new solutions that combine an ultra short throw LCD projector and interactive lesson software to enable interactive whiteboard functionality without the board.
AVer Information has started shipping a new $200 portable document camera that offers 1.3 megapixel image capture and 720p HD output at 30 frames per second.
Planar has unveiled a new series of entry level digital signage displays for use in venues with varying degrees of ambient light.
Polycom has introduced a new solution that enables interactive whiteboard functionality without a board and streams annotated lessons or presentations to students or colleagues connected to video conferencing systems.
ViewSonic has unveiled three 3D-ready DLP-based projector's for classrooms.
Trivantis has released a new version of Lectora Online e-learning software, which includes a lineup of features including additional Flash games, new characters, and collaboration tools.
Kentucky's Pulaski County School District has eliminated its cable TV network and deployed an IP video solution to decrease costs and add video options in the classroom.
Trivantis has released a new version of Snap! by Lectora, which lets instructors convert resources from PowerPoint to Flash.