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4 Tips to Spark Creativity in the Conference Room

Meetings are necessary for the collaboration between people and the cohesiveness needed to maintain strong teams. But often waste time due to poor planning and disengaged participants. Learn from these 4 tips to spark creative thinking and get the results you want.

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2017: A Bright Year Ahead for Wireless Display

“I have been a teacher for a long time. I have gone from a classroom of 24 students to a classroom of 32 students in the past 10 years. The kids are more and more detached. No matter the lesson plan, no matter the multimedia I integrate, I struggle to gain and maintain their attention. Then we got ScreenBeam wireless display. . .”

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Preparing Students for the Workforce

The U.S. Bureau of Labor has projected employment in the IT sector as the largest and fastest growing in the U.S. Our students need a solid foundation in technology in order to succeed in the future workforce.

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Wireless Display in Modern Classrooms

Teachers find themselves tethered to the front of the room while they are teaching a lesson, because the computer they are using must be plugged in to a cable to a display or a projector. Wireless display solves for that.  Now, teachers can freely move around the classroom while presenting lessons. View this video to learn how.

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