ScreenBeam® Wireless Display and Classroom Orchestration Platform Adds Support for Google Classroom and Chromebook Student Devices
At BETT 2020 London in booth #NJ40, ScreenBeam will demo Classroom Commander – the only platform to combine both teacher and student wireless display capability with student Windows 10/11 or Chromebook device orchestration.
LONDON, January 22, 2020 — ScreenBeam Inc. – a global leader in wireless display and collaboration solutions – will preview its latest version of ScreenBeam Classroom Commander (SBCC) with new support for Chromebook student devices at BETT 2020 in London. The platform combines the award-winning ScreenBeam 1000 EDU wireless display receiver – an essential tool for mobilizing teachers from the front of the classroom and into the classroom – with Classroom Commander student device orchestration software – an elegant, easy-to-use app for monitoring and controlling student devices.
“Chromebooks are impacting classrooms because they offer a low-cost, easy to use option for delivering online learning tools,” said David Lopez, ScreenBeam senior manager, strategic alliances for EDU. But as a former teacher, it’s easy to recognize the challenges when you have an entire classroom of 5th graders with web access. Technology has been a great enabler for student personalized learning, but educators need to be able to control the experience. ScreenBeam Classroom Commander gives teachers an intuitive yet powerful solution to harness student use of mobile devices and enable in-room student led learning, presentation and collaboration.”
ScreenBeam Classroom Commander with support for Chromebook student devices will preview at BETT 2020 in London and demos will be available in ScreenBeam booth #NJ40.
ScreenBeam 1000 EDU plus Classroom Commander for Chromebook features include:
- Untether teachers from classroom projector or display
- Auto-rostering with Google Classroom or SBCC server
- Preview student screen before sharing on classroom display
- Command attention by blanking student screens and locking keyboards
- Monitor student screens and active applications in real-time
- Launch browsers to designated URLs across individual, group or all devices
Teacher device requires a Google Chrome web browser for student device orchestration, and for wireless display over network requires device with either:
- Windows 10/11 build 1709 (and later)
- Windows 7 (and later)
- macOS 10.10 (and later)
- iOS 11 (and later)
- Chrome OS 74.0.3729.159 (and later)
- Chrome OS 74.0.3729.159 (and later)
Pricing and Availability
ScreenBeam Classroom Commander with new Chromebook student device support will be available in Q2. Windows 10/11 student device support is available now. The ScreenBeam 1000 EDU wireless display unit includes the classroom orchestration software for 539 Euro or $599 US per classroom with support for up to 50 student devices. Please contact your ScreenBeam sales rep for more details and special pricing authorization.
ScreenBeam Inc., is a leading wireless display and collaboration provider that delivers an app-free screen sharing experience on any modern device to bring intuitive wireless collaboration to any meeting space or classroom. ScreenBeam is Microsoft’s co-engineering partner for wireless display enabling wireless Office 365 experiences. ScreenBeam solutions are used as the validation platform for wireless display functionality by companies like Microsoft and leading PC OEM and device companies. Headquartered in Santa Clara, CA, ScreenBeam has offices across the United States, Europe and Asia. To learn more about ScreenBeam, visit https://www.screenbeam.com.
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