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Keep Students Healthy in the Classroom Through Technology

Posted by BenQ on Wed, Dec 07, 2016

Keep Students Healthy

With the turning of the leaves comes the first onslaught of this year's version of the flu virus. What proactive steps have you taken to help protect your students from runny noses and sick days? Hand sanitizer, flu shots, and having kids look down when they cough are all commonsense practices that you've likely already implemented; now it's time to get technology on your side.

Topics: student health, education technology

Brightness Intelligence and Eye Strain

Posted by BenQ on Wed, Nov 30, 2016

 

Why Are My Eyes Strained?

Whether for work or play, many of us spend hours a day staring into a screen of some size. This number has risen from eight and a half hours a day in 2009 to eleven hours a day in 2015. Even if our jobs are not Internet-focused or computer focused, there are still dozens of small ways for us to engage with screens: checking the time on our phones, glimpsing an ad playing overhead at the grocery store, reviewing flight times on an airport monitor.

Something to Be Truly Thankful For: Germ Fighting

Posted by BenQ on Wed, Nov 23, 2016

Be Thankful for Modern Germ Fighting Science

The approach of the holiday season is a mixed blessing for many of us: we look forward to the feelings of peace and togetherness

Technology that Reduces Eye Strain

Posted by BenQ on Wed, Nov 16, 2016

 

Taking Care of Our Eyes

The more complex a machine is, the more intensive care it tends to require. Our bodies, by contrast, despite being possibly the most diverse interdependent network of intricate systems on the planet, are reasonably easy to keep in good working order. Nutritious food, moderate exercise, quality sunscreen, and adequate eye care (sunglasses, optical checkups, etc.) are four major pillars of a healthy life.

Topics: Eye Care

Holiday Decorating Ideas: Projectors and What to Look For

Posted by BenQ on Wed, Nov 09, 2016

Need a Budget-Friendly Collaborative Solution?

Posted by BenQ on Thu, Nov 03, 2016

You Care, We Care, Eye-Care

Posted by BenQ on Thu, Oct 27, 2016

The eye is one of the most complex — and most delicate — parts of the entire body. As such, it requires especially attentive care to keep it healthy.

Don't Get Fooled Again (why monitors matter)

Posted by Mark Wood on Wed, Sep 21, 2016

There cannot be many photographers who want to prioritize buying a monitor over getting a new camera or lens. Buying a color-critical monitor involves research into the esoteric world of color management, and after trawling through pages of information the pros and cons of a purchase may not seem any clearer. This is where I want to help, forget about budgets, brands, and the minutiae of technical specifications. This short tutorial will provide the theory to underpin why monitors matter, so that you won’t get fooled again by rogue colors, and disappointing prints.

Topics: Creative Class Monitors

20 Ways I Use My Interactive Flat Panel to Save Time and My Sanity

Posted by Marlana Martinelli on Thu, Sep 08, 2016

There’s no doubt about it, interactive flat panels (IFPs) are amazing tools for the classroom. But chances are you’re not even using yours to its fullest potential! That’s why we’ve gathered some of our all-time favorite ideas below for you to borrow, steal or reinvent. 

Topics: Education

How to Overcome the U.S. Education Budget Cuts

Posted by Russell Barefield on Wed, Aug 17, 2016


Federal funding for education has dropped by 20 percent in the last five years, according to a U.S. News report.

Schools all over the country have felt the tremendous effects of these budget cuts from layoffs to increased class sizes to limited after school services. But perhaps one of the most detrimental losses in schools has been the decrease in technology funds.

Topics: Education

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