ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solutions, today announced that EdTech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies and solutions in the global educational technology market, has selected ViewSonic myViewBoard™ Classroom as the winner of its “Overall e-Learning Solution of the Year” award in the third annual EdTech Breakthrough Awards program. This year’s program attracted more than 2,000 nominations from over 17 different countries throughout the world.
ViewSonic’s education ecosystem encompasses one of the widest arrays of display tools and software that engage students in distance, remote and in-classroom learning environments. Developed for both remote and in-class learning environments, the ViewSonic myViewBoard Classroom is a teaching software tool packed with a variety of features to help create a classroom environment in the digital space. With myViewBoard Classroom, teachers have a secure and easy-to-use platform for engaging classroom content, interactive lessons and to encourage participation.
myViewBoard Classroom features include a Collaborative Digital Whiteboard that enables students to interact with a teacher either in class or remotely, as well as the ability for lessons to be recorded for later viewing and exported notes. The platform includes a built-in one-way video streaming that allows students to see teachers but also protect their privacy, classroom management allowing for teachers to control, manage, and moderate the classroom and, importantly, a safe learning space.
The mission of the EdTech Breakthrough Awards is to honor excellence and recognize the innovation, hard work and success in a range of educational technology categories, including Student Engagement, School Administration, Adaptive Learning, STEM Education, e-Learning, Career Preparation and many more. As hybrid learning evolves, ViewSonic is leading the way with innovative, teacher-centric solutions, services and support that improve student engagement and outcomes, while adapting to fluid learning environments.