Booth will Feature Education Specialists Lisa Dabbs and Alice Keeler
ANAHEIM, CA, EDUCAUSE, Booth #1645 (Oct. 26, 2016) – ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, announces a showcase of its award-winning educational solutions at the annual EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, October 25-28, 2016 in Anaheim, CA. ViewSonic’s displays, projectors and interactive software solutions provide schools with the tools that build technologically advanced classrooms where students and teachers can create, communicate, and collaborate.
ViewSonic will showcase its products that enhance education through technology. Effective, technology-rich environments where teamwork is inspired and collaborative sharing is promoted is critical to achieving next level learning standards. Using ViewSonic’s interactive flat panel displays, including the 70-inch CDE7061T and 65-inch CDE6561T, the company will demonstrate huddle spaces using its interactive ViewBoard® for Education software and Mersive’s Solstice™ collaboration software. These displays can be utilized in Android-, iOS- and Windows-based classroom settings.
Other products that will be highlighted in the booth include the new EP5520T 10-point touch interactive 55-inch all-in-one free-standing digital ePoster kiosk. ViewSonic’s CDE5561T is a 10-point touch-enabled large format display that comes with pre-installed with ViewBoard® Lite annotation software. Ideal for classrooms, multiple users can simultaneously write or draw on the surface using fingers or styluses. For a powerful, big-screen approach, the ViewSonic® LS830 is a laser projector with 1080p Full HD resolution and 4500 lumens of brightness. With the laser phosphor-based light source, schools can have up to 20,000 hours of use. Featuring a 0.25 ultra-short throw ratio, H/V keystone and four-corner adjustments, the LS830 provides hassle-free installation in a variety of environments.
From portable devices and projection solutions to interactive flat panel displays for a Google classroom, ViewSonic makes it easy to connect with the variety of future-ready products. Because there is no single solution for every classroom, ViewSonic offers a number of award-winning products that can be customized to fit any K-12 or higher education setting. ViewSonic’s hardware solution line-up includes monitors, projectors, interactive and flat panel displays, and VDI products.
The ViewSonic booth will feature a special speaker series with presentations by Lisa Dabbs, an educational consultant, blogger, and author of “Standing in the Gap: Empowering New Teachers Through Connected Resources.” She has an extensive background in education having worked as a school principal, federal project direct and teacher. Alice Keeler, a Google-certified Innovator, New Media Consortium K-12 Ambassador, and Microsoft Innovative Educator, will also be presenting in the ViewSonic booth. She is the author of “50 Things You Can Do With Google Classroom.”
ViewSonic will be giving away copies of both educators’ books during their speaking sessions. Follow ViewSonic on Twitter at @ViewSonic for the speaking schedule during the conference.
Founded in California in 1987, ViewSonic is a world leading visual solutions provider. As an innovator and visionary, ViewSonic keeps the world connected with a portfolio of professional level visual solutions that enhance the way we compute, collaborate, communicate and connect. Our products include LED monitors, interactive commercial displays, touch displays, projectors, thin client, zero client and smart displays.
ViewSonic’s ViewSchool™ program provides exclusive educational product discounts and other valuable offers designed specifically for K-12 and Higher Education. For more information about ViewSonic’s ViewSchool Program, visit viewsonic.com/viewschool/.
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