ISTE 2016 in Denver aims to provide more than 1,000 sessions where professionals experience in-depth learning and collaborative networking with various educators, industry representatives and policymakers around the world. The event also showcases several products and services from trusted and innovative companies that particularly cater to the needs and interests of education professionals who are into EdTech.
During ISTE 2015, there were more than 500 exhibitors that provided a wide range of technology options for attendees. Among the previous exhibitors are Dell Inc., AT&T, ASUS Computer International, Microsoft Corporation, Google Inc. and GoPro.
For ISTE 2016, over 16,000 educators, 5,000 industry representatives and 500 companies are now registered. If you intend to invest in innovative and breakthrough products for EdTech, here are five must-see exhibitors at ISTE 2016.
Kami will be located at booth 4407. For more information, you can visit their site at www.kamihq.com.
Kami is the latest app that features a cloud-based PDF and document viewer and annotation tool. Kami is a Google Partner and a leading application in the Google and Chrome market. If you haven’t yet heard of it – Kami (formerly Notable PDF) is an online document viewer and annotation tool – www.kamihq.com. With classrooms going paperless and Chromebooks being rolled out in classrooms across the United States, Kami solves one of the biggest problems faced by schools using Chromebooks, and that is the ability to edit PDF files. We are currently the number 1 PDF extension and app across Google marketplaces with over 3 million installations.
If you would like to book a one-on-one appointment with the Kami team at ISTE 2016, click here.
Located at booth 3833, InFocus provides professionals with communication technology, computer hardware, interactive whiteboards, and mobile learning devices. For more than 30 years now, InFocus has been making interactive products that make learning experiences easier. It has varying products that provide classroom assistance to enhance teaching and learning experiences. Their services are now available for K-12.
Higher Ground Gear
If you are looking for sophisticated and quality materials to protect your technology, then Higher Ground Gear may just be the one you are looking for. For 15 years, it has been making quality, protective, and durable products for students and the classroom. During the exhibit, it will offer multimedia technology/projection devices, computer hardware, and library and media technology. You can find Higher Ground Gear at booth 2624.
Since 1984, Renaissance Learning has been a forerunner on cloud-based assessment, teaching, and learning. The primary aim of this company is to enhance learning for children and adults with various learning capacities, and educational and social backgrounds. Thousands of schools in the US are already using Renaissance Learning to aid teachers in spreading knowledge. Their database features the reading records for more than 11 million students. Renaissance Learning will be located at booth 2911.
The main product of Boxlight is projectors for schools, government agencies, and other establishments. Since 1985, it has been manufacturing, developing, selling and servicing quality high-end projectors. In addition to this, it has also developed interactive products and support accessories to cater to the needs of its growing customers. During the exhibit, it will provide curriculum and instructional tools, wireless products and services, and multimedia technology/projection devices. You can visit their booth at 3311 and their website at www.boxlight.com
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