Articles: Products

10/1/2010

EXCENT

MyGraduationPlan

Special education program

Software, Pricing varies

10/1/2010

Under pressure to keep spending down but also keep pace with rapid technology changes, many districts are future-proofing their schools—trying to get the most out of their tech spending by providing solutions they will be able to use now and in the future without major, e

6/1/2010

An experimental initiative that tests the potential of augmented reality for K12 education began in San Diego in April, that equips fourth-graders from city schools on field trips to the San Diego Museum of Art with specially developed smartphones.

6/1/2010

Sony

VPL-FX30 and VPL-FX500L

Projectors

$3360, $7080

5/1/2010

AMX

SchoolView, Audiovisual control system

Contact AMX for pricing

3/1/2010

The popularity of thin clients may soon diminish as districts catch wind of zero clients, the latest computer technology that is even thinner and lower maintenance.

3/1/2010

Smoothwall

SWG-1200

Network security appliance

Hardware, $5,500

2/1/2010

The latest trend in the rapidly advancing and fiercely competitive interactive whiteboard market reflects the ever-increasing popularity and global appeal of this technology: support for multiple languages.

2/1/2010

SERIF

WebPlus X4

Web design program

Software, $59.99 for a single education user, school site licenses starting at $1,499

1/1/2010

SAMSUNG TECHWIN SAM CAM 860

Document camera

Hardware, $799

1/1/2010

It’s not only the treatments of viruses that can have side effects. The H1N1 epidemic itself has created a variety of “side effects” around the country, as well as in nearly every school district.

1/1/2010

Online learning providers have long touted a variety of advantages of their solutions. But the H1N1 epidemic has given new reasons for schools to invest in such technology.

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