Presentation, Display, CMS, and eLearning


  • The Significant Other: The Projection Screen

    A tremendous amount of research can go into deciding on a projector, but the selection of a projection screen can be just as important--not in terms of capital outlay, but in terms of the impact it can have on image quality. The wrong projection screen can make images look terrible, which, in turn, can impact the way students receive and absorb information in class. But the right one enhances the contrast, brightness, and sharpness of images and can lead to less eyestrain for the viewer. More

News & Product Updates

  • Columbia Business School Ramps Up Use of Lecture Capture

    Columbia Business School has replaced a manual process for doing lecture capture with a system from Echo360. EchoSystem, which automates the recording process by scheduling, capturing, packaging, and publishing rich media lectures and academic podcasts, will be used in eight classrooms.More
  • Sanyo Intros 802.11n Wireless Projector

    Sanyo this week introduced a new model in its line of LCD projectors, one that brings, for the first time, high-speed 802.11n wireless connectivity to a portable system.More
  • ESLP 8K Laser Projector To Debut at InfoComm

    Evans & Sutherland will debut the world's highest-resolution production digital projector at next month's InfoComm 2009 conference in Florida. The ESLP 8K laser projector offers a resolution of 8,192 x 4,096 (or 32 megapixels) with the ability to display 3D at a resolution of 4,096 x 4,096.More
  • Dominican U Couples Course Evaluations with LMS

    Dominican University of California has increased response rates for its course evaluations by implementing Scantron's Class Climate course evaluation software as a Blackboard Building Block.More
  • U Georgia Goes Open Source for Student Portal

    The University of Georgia has launched its new student portal using the open source uPortal 3 platform in an effort to expand online resources for current students.More
  • Scholar360 LMS-SN 4.2 Expands Multimedia Capabilities

    Learning management system developer Scholar360 has released a new version of its LMS, Scholar360 LMS-SN 4.2. More
  • Online Research Tool Goes Pro

    Collaborative technology developer WebNotes has released WebNotes Pro to the public. The hosted service is designed to help researchers and students share and annotate content and disseminate work through automatically generated reports.More