Tech & Learning names BrightLink displays a winner in its Awards of Excellence program
The BrightLink® interactive laser displays created by Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide1, were named a winner in Tech & Learning’s 2021 Awards of Excellence Best Tools for Back to School in the Secondary (6-12) category. This is the eleventh time the BrightLink has won an award from Tech & Learning.
“The pandemic has proven that teaching does not need to be done in a traditional fashion. Epson continues to create innovative solutions to best serve teachers and students in today’s classrooms,” said Tom Piche, product manager, projectors, Epson America, Inc. “We’re grateful to be recognized by such a respected education news source, and this award confirms our efforts in continuing to support schools across the country are impactful as everyone kicks off a new school year.”
BrightLink displays transform today’s classrooms into immersive collaborative learning environments. Featuring 3LCD laser technology, the BrightLink provides bold, brilliant color displays, even in settings with ambient light such as classrooms. With images up to 120 inches, the fully-integrated interactive displays also work with existing whiteboards, eliminating the need for dedicated electronic boards or space-consuming flat panels.
The Tech & Learning awards program recognizes products that support effective teaching and learning practices in the new school year. “As we head into another uncertain year in education, technology will continue to be one of the key drivers for innovation,” said Tech & Learning Group Publisher Christine Weiser. “Our judges chose the winning products recognized here for their versatility, compatibility, value, and ability to help schools solve challenges and support continuous instruction.”
For additional information on Epson education solutions, visit www.epson.com/education.
The American Consortium for Equity in Education, publisher of the "Equity & Access" journal, celebrates and connects the educators, associations, community partners and industry leaders who are working to solve problems and create a more equitable environment for historically underserved pre K-12 students throughout the United States.