Wi-Fi Plug Creates Interactive Cloud-Based Classroom Anytime, Anywhere

Wi-Fi Plug Creates Interactive Cloud-Based Classroom Anytime, Anywhere
technology

The SMILE Plug will allow students and teachers to engage and collaborate on multiple devices.

Yi Chen
  • 13 january 2012


Marvell has just showcased its Classroom 3.0 initiative at this year’s CES, featuring the SMILE Plug that can create a private Wi-Fi cloud for up to 60 people. The device was created in partnership with the Stanford University’s Mobile Inquiry Based Learning Environment and is ideal for classroom environments. Using the SMILE Plug, teachers can easily monitor what each student is doing on a tablet or computer and even control the devices. Having a ‘micro cloud’ environment allows learning for students to be much more interactive as they can collaborate with peers and teachers.

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