(PRWEB) January 28, 2014
As schools increase their adoption of tablet technology, the LearnPad is proving to be the ideal combination of mobile device hardware and purpose built tablet control software. LearnPad’s, easy to use device, instruction and content management utilities meet the very specific needs of schools. The inclusive software tools ensure school communities have the right mix of lesson supervision and control for accessing interactive digital content through the LearnPad cloud based management portal.
Ken Leonard, Chairman and CEO, explained, “The ‘out of the box’ ready solution offers schools built in authentication, requiring no downloads or the installation of network applications access the school’s learning environment. Added to this, the LearnPad carries no access, subscriptions, renewal or recurring costs; all our innovation efforts are designed for the specific needs of today’s 21st century school environments.”
Marc Fanaroff, Supervisor of Instruction at High Point School of Bergen County, NJ, commented, “When we started looking for tablet technology we realized that in terms of their suitability to the learning environment, none offered any appropriate features above the hardware itself. The successful implementation of tablet technology in the learning environment is based on the inclusive tools to support roll out, battery charging, content installation, classroom management and content infrastructure. Having looked at all available options, we realized that our purchasing decision wasn’t about the hardware, but more the easy to use installed features that make such a difference in instruction and learning. It was only LearnPad that offered this.”
LearnPad can be seen at TCEA convention and exposition, Austin, Texas, 3-7 February 2014, on booth 831, and FETC, Orange County convention centre, Orlando, Florida, 28-31 January 2014 with CCS Presentation Systems on booth 721.
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