Looking for an affordable webcam with Full HD resolution or 1080p video quality for teaching and learning? These good value budget webcams are all you need to get you started. Level up your video calls and keep your students and friends engaged throughout your online session with a budget webcam for schools that does not […]
If you want to meet up with your coworkers or friends online, there are a few different applications on which you can do that for free. Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Google Meet are among the most popular platforms for online meetings. Other than these, there are applications like Google Hangouts. Google Duo and Skype. We […]
Google Meet is a great Video Conferencing alternative to Zoom for those who already have a Google Account. The free basic plan offers web conference (online meeting) for up to 100 participants with a 60 minute limit per meeting. For most personal applications, that is more than enough. So here is how to get started.
Best Table Top Tablet Stands for Online Lessons & Video Recording: Tablet holders with adjustable height
We look at tablet and smartphone holders with strong clamps or bracket and adjustable stand to mount and hold the device at different angles and height, be it for viewing or recording. These table top stands are great for both students and teachers. One to follow online lessons while the other to deliver or record […]
Need a floor standing mount for your tablet to create online learning videos or deliver live online classes? Here are 5 of the best tablet floor stands. These stands will securely hold your tablet in place while you demonstrate or teach your class remotely or record your next video lesson.
Those looking for a secure and stable floor mount for the iPad, look no futher. These tablet floor stands will instantly turn your tablet into a self service point or information kiosk. With built-in anti-theft and tamper-proof features, it is more secure than ever, keeping your investment safe.
Here is a guide to set the different assignments under the Classwork tab in Google Classroom. This brief tutorial shows the different options; assignment, quiz assignment, question and material, when and how to assign them.
Your school, college or university may already subscribe to G Suite for Education. If that is the case, head over to Google Classroom and start your first virtual class now using the steps below. However, even if your school do not use G Suite for Education, you can still create your virtual classroom using your […]
Thinking of getting a streamer or computer for the classroom’s big screen TV. Apple TV comes to mind as a way to AirPlay or mirror the screen of your mobile devices such as iPad, MacBook and even iMac. But what about a Mac Mini? If you are totally invested in Apple’s ecosystem, you will naturally […]
Budget all-round PCs with little to go wrong, is quiet and have a small foot print are perfect for classrooms, libraries and IT suites. These PCs will not only perform well and meet all education needs but cost less, is more reliable and generate little heat.
Wireless Mesh Network is the best thing to happen to the wireless technology to help eliminate dead spots but so far the application has been limited to homes only. Can these mesh network designed for home be used in schools.
With more and more 3D printers in the market, prices have come down making them affordable to small schools, small businesses and even homes.
Despite the sometimes sinister perspectives of robots taking over our world, as portrayed in numerous films, the reality of robotics is here to stay.
The technology for projector systems have come a long way since the early days of blindly bright light-bulb OHPs (Over-Head Projectors) and the heavy weights of the mounted projectors.
The only way to impress a room full of people when you have the floor is still to use a projector, think big product launches and well timed videos. A well thought out presentation be it for school or business ultimately rests on the impact you make on your audience, one of these portable video […]
As creatures of familiarity and habit, we are so used to looking at and around the world in our own terms – from our ideas to our perceptions of size. Yet, if you’ve ever seen how engrossed a 3-year old can become simply watching an ant at work, we begin to understand how fascinating it […]
For a long time, access to decent microscopes was something that was limited to older, typically high school age children, and then came the emergence of USB microscopes really took the jump and made micron size objects accessible, displaying them on screens.
Be it for school, college or university use, these height adjustable mobile laptop cart is so versatile, you will want one for every meeting room, classroom, lecture and school hall.
The invasion embracing of technology in education has created demands of classroom learning environments and of educators in ways that are both challenging and unique from the use of technology in teaching and learning to the needs and requirements of handling and supporting technological equipment.