The company’s “Learn at Home” videos are designed for children aged three to 11
Interactive display manufacturer Clevertouch has created short video lessons, called “Learn at Home”, specifically suited to children aged three to 11.
Developed by and featuring Clevertouch ambassadors Gareth Middleton and Ryan Stapleton, who were previously educators, the interactive educational videos provide parents with ways to keep kids busy and entertained as well as provides a platform for learning. Videos are released daily on Clevertouch.com/learnathome and participants can use the hashtag #Learnathome on social media.
Clevertouch is also giving away 60-day licenses to STAGE, its video conferencing platform that allows users to video chat with groups of people, screenshare, and annotates in realtime. Ideal for virtual meetings, or for group hangouts, STAGE enables face-to-face meetings without needing to leave home. Sixty-day licenses are available here: https://www.clevertouch.com/work-and-learn-anywhere
Clevertouch will also be launching a new section of the Clevertouch Academy, where you can go through online modules in Clevertouch hardware and software classes. These modules are free, and you can work towards receiving an accredited certification. More details will follow in the coming weeks.
For companies or schools with digital signage or CleverMessage enabled displays, Clevertouch has created a selection of templates that are free for download via the SedaoLive.com platform. These templates are to encourage safe working measures during difficult times.