Newest technology additions increase opportunities for schools to improve accessibility and whole-class collaboration
Boxlight Corporation (Nasdaq: BOXL) (“Boxlight Mimio”), a leading provider of technology solutions for the global education market, today announced the innovative new products it will be showcasing at Bett 2019. Over the course of four days, visitors to Stand C79 will get a first-hand look at the solutions Boxlight Mimio have developed to transform the teaching and learning experience for educators and students. Bett 2019 will be held 23-26 January at the ExCeL in London.
Building on the successful launch of the MimioFrame, MimioDisplay and the ProColor interactive touch table at last year’s Bett show, the newest additions to the best-in-class product line-up will include tools that enhance collaboration and learning outcomes across the classroom.
“Boxlight Mimio has been built around meeting the real needs of teachers and students and this year is no different,” said Mark Elliott, Boxlight’s CEO. “We are excited to showcase our latest solutions – giving Bett attendees the very first chance to test-drive our new products — that not only work with schools’ current infrastructure and existing edtech solutions, but fits their budget needs, too.” Debuting at Bett, is Boxlight NDMS (Network Device Management System) that gives IT network administrators centralized control of their Boxlight and Mimio interactive displays. Boxlight NDMS enables creating and controlling of individual and groups of IFPDs, whereby events and activities can be scheduled and managed from one place. Attendees will also see improvements to the award-winning MimioStudio 12 with the introduction of embedded live web pages and integration with Google’s widely-used G Suite for Education. Live webpages add a new dimension to the instructional process, allowing research and interaction beyond the prepared lesson to be undertaken. MimioStudio has also been refreshed with an updated contemporary look which will improve the end-user experience. Finally, MimioInteract, a software package designed for the Boxlight ProColor 490 Touch Table will be launched. MimioInteract provides a high degree of interactivity with a particular focus on early learning and students with less developed motor skills. The included and add-on activities will enable younger students to work together or as individuals on tasks such as Labelling, Matching, Sequencing, Sorting and Timelining.