New Epson Videos Spotlight BrightLink Projectors Use in the Classroom
A great new training initiative for classroom projector use has arrived from our partner Epson. The world’s number-one selling projector brand has created a new video tutorial series called “BrightLink Bright Spots” to help teachers and technology trainers learn more about the company’s new line of BrightLink ultra-short throw and short throw interactive projectors. Available for free on the Epson website, the BrightLink Bright Spots are short, easy-to-follow video clips that cover specific topics related to using interactive projector technology in instruction.
Educators can access the tutorials by clicking here for the BrightLink Bright Spot tutorials anytime and anywhere by visiting.
Topics covered in the two- to four-minute BrightLink Bright Spots videos include connecting computers and document cameras, implementing various software programs such as Easy Interactive Tools, using Epson’s iProjection app and more.
When our training teams at CCS Presentation Systems work with school administrators and classroom staff, we find that professional development for teachers is a key component to have the audio-visual systems work as efficiently as they are intended. Having a new set of training tutorials from Epson allows for optimum training by systems integrators in the classroom.
How the BrightLink projectors work is quite technologically advanced. All BrightLink models offer an interactive projector + pen combination with advanced connectivity options to project onto any existing whiteboard, wall or other smooth, light-colored, hard surface. Epson’s latest ultra-short throw BrightLink models – BrightLink 475Wi, 480Wi and 485Wi – offer dual pen interactivity and are the first interactive projectors with built-in annotation technology that allows teachers and students to instantly interact directly with a projected image from a variety of devices beyond the PC, including tablets, Blu-ray players, VCRs, document cameras, and more. With these models, teachers are free to connect existing multimedia devices already in their classroom, over their network or even PC-free and keep writing.
If you’re a school teacher or administrator, and you’re interested to see more what Epson’s products can do for your school or school district, contact CCS Presentation Systems. We are a provider of Epson classroom projectors and can work with your staff to help integrate projector systems into your classroom. Find us at http://188.8.131.52 .