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DEVICES USED IN EDTECH

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Modern digital learning tools offer a variety of solutions to help balance student learning needs with budget-friendly technology spending. Modern classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art equipment that can revolutionize learning, such as the following:



  • Ultra-high-definition televisions: Wide-screen TV displays allow your faculty and students to play educational videos, movies and microlessons or mirror their portable device screens.

  • Charging towers: A centralized device-charging station makes staying organized and fully powered faster and simpler. Students will appreciate one or more charging towers in the classroom. Purchase this idea classroom charging tower here.

  • Portable devices: Many institutions issue individual student laptops, tablets or notebook computers for take-home or in-class use.


  • Smartboards: These replace traditional whiteboards and offer recording capability for future reference. Shop here,


  • Projectors:  With projectors, resolution is everything. You’ve got HD, 1080p, 4K, 3D, and even 8K projectors—and that’s just the beginning. There are so many different types of projectors out there that come with different resolutions so choosing the right one can be tricky.. This equipment easily integrates with computers to project content onto classroom screens or walls for viewing.

  • Digital microscopes and camerasThese devices enable close examination and documentation of scientific specimens.


  • Virtual reality and augmented reality headsets:  These devices create immersive learning experiences for subjects like science, history and art. (Check out an earlier post to get a full insight on how these two operators' function). Check out this highly rated VR set here.


  • Lightboards: A high end edition of the Smartboard. Mainly used by colleges and universities it consists of a glass board whereas the instructor stands in back, facing the class or video camera, in the case of online instruction. Whatever the instructor writes will be flipped so the audience can read or view the information. It uses a series of lights, mirrors and cameras to deliver this effect.


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