CUE exhibitors show new ed-tech innovations

Here are some highlights from the CUE conference exhibit hall

Plasq demonstrated a new version of its software for creating comics.

At the annual CUE conference in Palm Springs, Calif., earlier this month, dozens of ed-tech companies showed their latest products for educators—including a new interactive computer game for learning world history and a way to find apps and other classroom resources aligned with the Common Core standards.

Here are some of the highlights from the CUE conference exhibit hall.

Belkin announced three new ed-tech products at the CUE conference: protective cases and sleeves for Chromebooks; wired keyboards for iPads and Samsung tablets; and a system for securing and charging various mobile devices.…Read More