DyKnow and Lenovo Partner Up for Education

If there is an area that excites me as much as mobile technology it is education. The potential of marrying up the right technology with different education scenarios like public schools, private schools, cottage schools, home schools, and colleges are tremendous.

It looks like Lenovo and DyKnow recognize the same thing, as they have partnered up to bring a better portfolio offering to the education market:


INDIANAPOLIS (May 22, 2008) DyKnow ®, a leader in interactive education technology, today announces its relationship with Lenovo ®, a global PC manufacturer, to bring a dynamic and progressive 21st Century solution to teachers and students. Under the agreement, Lenovo will resell the DyKnow Software Suite, which includes DyKnow Vision ® and DyKnow Monitor ®. 

““DyKnow shares Lenovo’s commitment to actively engaging students in 21st Century skills,” said Laura Small, DyKnow president. ““We are excited to combine our efforts and provide students, educators and school administrators with a total classroom solution.”

DyKnow Vision includes features to foster interaction in the classroom, such as polling, chat, collaborative note-taking and anywhere, anytime access to class material. DyKnow Monitor lets teachers see and control what students are doing on their computers during class.

Together, Lenovo and DyKnow will enhance teaching and learning by providing superior learning tools to educational environments.