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Epson, Discovery Education Partner on Interactive Learning Courses

Posted Jun 23, 2010
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Epson America has announced it has partnered with Discovery Education to provide interactive learning courses for teachers, educators, and administrators that take advantage of Epson's latest technology, the BrightLink 450Wi interactive projector. These courses will demonstrate instructional strategies and techniques for using the new BrightLink 450Wi interactive projector with interactive presentation tools, Google tools, Web 2.0 applications, and Discovery Education's digital content.

Discovery Education offers digital resources to schools with the goal of empowering educators, engaging students, and ultimately improving student academic achievement. Available in June, Discovery Education will add four additional professional development courses to their repertoire focused on training teachers how to effectively use and integrate the Epson BrightLink 450Wi into their classrooms instruction. These courses include:

-          BrightLink and Web 2.0 applications

-          BrightLink and Discovery Education digital content

-          BrightLink and interactive presentation tools

-          BrightLink and Google tools

The Epson BrightLink 450Wi is an intelligent, interactive projector that allows educators to turn any standard whiteboard or smooth wall into an interactive learning area. This classroom tool delivers a cost-effective solution for educators to easily integrate interactive capabilities and eliminates the need to purchase and install dedicated interactive whiteboards (IWB), the announcement states.

The BrightLink 450Wi features 2,500 lumens color light output and 2,500 lumens white light output1 and helps advance the classroom with networkability, wireless features and advanced connectivity. It also delivers WXGA resolution (16:10 aspect ratio) for full compatibility with widescreen notebooks and movie content, and can meet space needs by projecting images from 55-inches diagonal to up to 96-inches diagonal (WXGA) and up to 85-inches diagonal (XGA).

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Source: Epson America, Inc.,

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