Clear Touch® educational software recognized at the Texas Computer Education Association Conference
Greenville, SC – Clear Touch®, a leading provider of multi-touch interactive flat panels and software for education and business, and a reseller of Clear Digital™ products, recently announced two of their educational software products were honored with Tech & Learning’s TCEA Best of Show 2020 awards.
According to Tech & Learning, Best of Show winners were selected by an anonymous panel of judges. The group consisted of educators who rated individual products on a sliding scale that evaluates product characteristics such as quality and effectiveness, ease of use, cost, and creative use of technology.
"We enjoy coming to TCEA and hearing feedback from administrators, teachers, and IT professionals as it relates to their experiences in the classroom," said Keone Trask, President of Clear Touch. "We are honored to provide services to the educational community, and we strive to continually provide innovative edtech hardware and software solutions."
The two award-winning software products come bundled with Clear Touch interactive panels:
Clear Touch Command™: The software provides a cloud-based control system for all Clear Touch panels on a shared network. Command also acts as a digital decoder on each panel, supports emergency messaging features, and allows administrators to set power-saving modes on all panels.
Clear Touch Collage™: Bundled with Clear Touch panels, this software enables wireless casting to the panels from many of the most popular educational devices, including Chromebooks.
"Congratulations to the winners of the Best of TCEA contest," says Tech & Learning Group Publisher, Christine Weiser, on the announcement of the winners. "Our judges evaluated each product for its uniqueness in the market and the ability to solve problems in classrooms and schools. There were a variety of solutions nominated for the award, and our judges were impressed with the standout features."
Clear Touch will be recognized in Tech & Learning Magazine’s March 2020 issue.