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techSmithLogoLearn how you can use video to improve education at every level for teaching, training, administrative communication, and parent outreach, all with your favorite devices.

TechSmith solutions let you easily create video lessons for flipping, custom professional development and more. In just a few clicks you can save screenshots and research, mark-up assignments, and talk through personalized feedback.  Share content securely with just one student or your entire class.  Watch videos on nearly any device for accessible learning anytime.

From classroom favorites Snagit and Camtasia to mobile apps such as Coach’s Eye and Snagit for Google Chrome, our tools are here to fit your needs, from one teacher to an entire school or district.

Visit our ISTE booth to hear from educators across the country on how they use TechSmith tools to enhance learning and improve student outcomes. Talk with flipping pioneers about their personal experiences withrolling out technology, best practices, and what works at their schools.

See why educators trust TechSmith for effective e-learning solutions and how video can help you engage learners of all ages with dynamic, timely videos that clarify concepts and encourage collaboration in the classroom and beyond.

Learn More: http://www.techsmith.com/education.html

 

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