ViewSonic has launched two solutions aimed at enhancing the experience of remote learning and digital creation amid the pandemic. The Notas Pen Display PD1330 is a lightweight and thin 13.3-inch pen display that comes with […]
Source: AdobeAs schools shut temporarily because of the coronavirus pandemic, students have to turn to online or distance learning. Adobe is lending a helping hand by offering free access to Adobe Creative Cloud desktop apps for students till May 31.
Education has been affected as some cities and countries have closed schools and universities to contain the spread of the coronavirus. One way to keep students engaged is through online learning. ViewSonic has stepped in by offering its myViewBoard distance learning tool free to K12, colleges and universities during this period.