Children’s Library Center Kiosk Solutions
Kids’ Education Station
The best solution for children’s library centers is our kiosk systems, the Kids’ Education Stations.
Now available with Windows 10, this computer offers over 100 educational programs and games for toddler to teen. Includes optional timed session and Internet safe browsing.
Packed with so much fun it is often used in children’s library centers and doesn’t need Internet support unless desired.
Kids Learning Station
This kids computer makes a perfection addition to any school or library.
A classical desktop computer unit with the same software solutions as the Education Station, but at half the cost.
We accept purchase orders on all computer systems from public libraries and daycare centers.
Computers For Kids
Looking for the most cost effect children’s Kiosk system? See our solution for refurbished computers.
We recycle computer systems sent
Casper Cloaking Technology
Casper Cloaking Technology by Designtex is an architectural film for glass walls that obscures digital screens to outside view.
Introducing Steelcase® Roam™ a system of mobile stands and easy-to-install wall mounts co-developed with Microsoft for the Surface Hub 2, turning any place into teamwork space.
media:scape integrates technology and furniture to bring people, space and information together for a greater collaborative work environment and more productivity than ever before.
Virtual PUCK is a digital collaborative tool that allows meeting participants to share content wirelessly from a laptop from anywhere in the room.
Find and reserve space with confidence. RoomWizard is a room scheduling solution that makes it easier to
We believe that educational opportunities should be available to all learners. Creating an open education ecosystem involves making learning materials, data, and educational opportunities available without restrictions imposed by copyright laws, access barriers, or exclusive proprietary systems that lack interoperability and limit the free exchange of information.
Openly Licensed Educational Resources
In the 2017 National Education Technology Plan, the Department defines openly licensed educational resources as teaching, learning, and research resources that reside in the public domain or have been released under a license that permits their free use, reuse, modification, and sharing with others. Digital openly licensed resources can include complete online courses, modular digital textbooks as well as more granular resources such as images, videos, and assessment items.
The U.S. Department of Education’s #GoOpen initiative supports States and districts choosing to transition to the use of openly licensed educational resources to transform teaching and
What latest gadgets and gizmos are going to change your classroom in 2013?
It’s hard to know exactly what will catch on and what won’t, but the following list showcases some of the emerging new technologies, software, and platforms available. With their innovation and practicality, many of these are poised to enter the classroom and change the way students and teachers learn permanently.
15 Examples Of New Technology In Education
Remember the days of doodling on the side of your spiral notebook while you tried to take copious notes from your boring biology teacher? Would you be more motivated if you knew that your notes would not only give you an edge on the exam, but could also earn you a bit of cash?
Flashnotes allows students to upload their lecture notes and sell them to other students who need more help or resources. The rating system allows
Published: February 5, 2016
In this 2015 photo, third grader Iyana Simmons works on a coding exercise at Michael Anderson School in Avondale, Ariz.
—Nick Cote for Education Week
Technology is everywhere in education: Public schools in the United States now provide at least one computer for every five students. They spend more than $3 billion per year on digital content. Led by the federal government, the country is in the midst of a massive effort to make affordable high-speed Internet and free online teaching resources available to even the most rural and remote schools. And in 2015-16, for the first time, more state standardized tests for the elementary and middle grades will be administered via technology than by paper and pencil.
To keep up with what’s changing (and what isn’t), observers must know where to look.
There’s the booming ed-tech industry, with corporate titans and small startups alike vying
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