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Califone Releases Speaker to Support Mobile Learning

Califone Unveils New Speaker for iPad® and iPhone®, connected Android® Devices

As schools and districts throughout the country continue to introduce mobile computing devices in the classroom, it’s important to plan for the technology infrastructure to support these new teaching tools. Califone International, Inc., a leader in the design, development and manufacturing of audiovisual and supplemental curriculum products for use in education, today announces the launch of its first speaker developed exclusively for iPad® and iPhone®. (more…)

Assistive Listening System Contest

Califone has partnered with Church Executive magazine to offer “Hear The Word” essay contest in which two winners will each receive their own Assistive Listening System. (more…)

Win a To Go Headset Twitter Contest at ISTE

As mobile learning is increasingly applied to day-to-day classroom applications as well as for testing, headsets need to be similarly compatible to successfully capture vocal responses and connect with the devices. (more…)

Launches Fall Special with PA419

The first PA made for schools,churches and businesses to feature a built-in docking station for iPhones and iPods just got even sweeter with limited time offer of a free wireless mic! (more…)

Streaming Audio Contest

You may be playing audio from a CD player. You may be playing downloaded music from a computer. But if you’re streaming live audio for your students – whether it’s in class, in the auditorium, theater or gym, or even outside, we want to know. (more…)

The 1st PA to Play Music from 4 Sources

Who remembers when portable PAs had to play recorded audio from only a single built-in player like a cassette?

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Tech Tools for Distance Learning

Implementing a distance learning program provides your students access to environments outside of their typical school walls and offers learning experiences that goes beyond being routine. (more…)

Distance Learning Without the Echo

One of the most exciting developments about distance learning is connecting your students with remote teachers, guest presenters, or classes. But if you’re amplifying the audio for the entire room to hear,  what is that annoying echo, how do you get rid of it, and whatever happened to the enhanced 21st-century learning experience? (more…)