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  • Pennsylvania District Deploys Lecture Capture

    Cornwall-Lebanon School District of Lebanon, PA has deployed Panopto's CourseCast, a capture tool designed to record live presentations, such as classroom lectures and student presentations, in a searchable digital format. Panopto makes CourseCast available to educational institutions free of charge through its Socrates Project.

  • SIIA To Host 'Innovation Incubator' Program at Annual Ed Tech Summit

    The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry, will celebrate its 25th anniversary at the 7th Ed Tech Industry Summit (ETIS), being held May 23 to 25 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.

  • Sonar Combines High-Rez LCoS Projectors for Stereoscopic System

    Sonar Studios is attempting to take classroom stereoscopic projection to a new level with a system that combines two high-brightness, high-resolution LCoS multimedia projectors and integrates them with a self-contained, turnkey presentation suite.

  • Grant Program To Award $120,000 in Classroom Amplification Systems

    Calypso Systems reported this week that it will award more than $120,000 in classroom amplification equipment to K-12 schools through its Be Heard School Grant program. The technologies are designed to distribute a teacher's voice evenly throughout a classroom to provide a more equal learning experience to students, regardless of their location in the room.

  • Liberty U Offers Free Online Curriculum to Private Schools

    Liberty University, an evangelical Christian institute of higher education in Lynchburg, VA, has announced it will make the middle and high school curricula of its Liberty University Online Academy (LUOA) available to financially challenged private schools at no charge.

  • NEC Debuts High-Brightness Education Projectors

    NEC Display Solutions has rolled out two high-light-output LCD projectors designed for use in education, the NP 2200 with a brightness of 4,200 ANSI lumens and the NP 1200 with a brightness of 3,700 lumens.

  • New Jersey District Overhauls Network To Boost Access to Learning Tools

    Denville School District of Denville, NJ, is looking to boost its network capabilities and expand access to technology in its classrooms by overhauling its telecommunications infrastructure.

  • Samsung Techwin Rolls Out 1.4 Megapixel Classroom Document Camera

    Samsung Techwin this month introduced the SamCam 860, a 1.4 megapixel classroom document camera. The SamCam 860 also incorporates a number of video features for both capture and play.

  • Tabula Digita Announces 2010 Educational Video Game Tourneys

    Educational video game maker Tabula Digita will begin holding its 2010 Megabowl tournaments March 12 in New York City. The three statewide tournaments, to be held this spring in New York, Texas, and Florida, will bring together elementary and middle school students from throughout each state in video game competitions that will challenge, above all else, their skills in a variety of mathematical topics.