LearningMate Solutions, Inc., will be featured at CES 2012 as part of the ng Connect Program’s Connected Classroom Concept

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LearningMate and Alcatel-Lucent through the ng Connect Program are showcasing the Connected Classroom concept at CES 2012 in Las Vegas this week.

Apple iPads and Android tablets made significant inroads into school and college campuses this past year

LearningMate and Alcatel-Lucent through the ng Connect Program are showcasing the Connected Classroom concept at CES 2012 in Las Vegas. Featuring GoClass, LearningMate’s revolutionary cloud-based teaching application for the Apple iPad and Alcatel-Lucent 4G LTE technology the Connected Classroom creates new opportunities for teachers to engage and educate the next generation of students.

GoClass facilitates active learning sessions in the classroom. Students interact directly with teacher-curated content and benefit from a one-on-one learning experience. Teachers receive instantaneous attendance and class participation data, real-time comprehension results with detailed analytics, and out of classroom usage information.

“Apple iPads and Android tablets made significant inroads into school and college campuses this past year. The Connected Classroom leverages these devices to create a simple and effective cloud based teaching and learning workflow,” said Mohit Bhargava, President, LearningMate Solutions (Canada) Ltd.

The Connected Classroom concept leverages several Alcatel-Lucent assets including: 4G LTE, Open API Platform, Quality of Service Enablers, Location APIs and Alcatel-Lucent’s Digital Media Store.

“Everyone knows our children are our future, and their education is of the utmost importance. We’re proud to have worked with a leader in e-Learning, LearningMate, to develop a concept that utilizes next generation technologies to create a more accessible and interactive environment to learn in,” said Jason Collins, Vice President of Emerging Technology and Innovation, Alcatel-Lucent.

Commenting on his company's collaboration with Alcatel-Lucent, LearningMate’s CEO, Samudra Sen, says, “We are excited to work with a world leader in 4G LTE technologies to envision the future of our schools and college campuses. Alcatel-Lucent’s telecommunication expertise is a great complement to LearningMate’s education technology experience. This service concept is an example of the innovation that ng Connect member companies can bring to the market by working together.”

Visitors to CES 2012 can view the Connected Classroom concept at the Alcatel-Lucent booth #31412, South Upper Hall.

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