Flash Drives For Education
September 11, 2014
Kids are heading back to school, and in order to learn in the best environment possible, they need tools to succeed. Teachers are working hard to make the most of tight budgets and larger classrooms. Put the best foot forward this school year with some creative ways to use USB drives in and out of the classroom. For parents Send your kids to school with handy USB pens. They can use the pen to take important notes, and store reports and other school documents securely on the USB drive. Give your kids’ teachers a customized USB drive to thank them for being such...
May 21, 2013
How does one keep the educational process effective and relevant to the modern age? The interests and ideologies of today's student have shifted dramatically, and technology plays a giant part in that. If I were a teacher I wouldn't want my student's attitude to be "I'm failing because of this sick new game... oh well, YOLO!" and would quickly familiarize myself with these crucial technological milestones that changed teaching forever. Jody Art / Foter.com / CC BY-NC-ND His majesty, the Internet It took a bit of time for the internet to be really implemented in the educational process, but it is now an...
March 21, 2013
In the spirit of NCAA's March Madness, LogoTech designed 64 custom swivel USB flash drives. Each flash drive represents a NCAA Division 1 basketball team in this year's annual spring tournament. The flash drives are imprinted with the school's logo, mascot, or school initials. With our large selection of colors in swivel USB flash drives, we were able to match the team colors accordingly. Below you will see all 64 custom flash drives with LogoTech predictions for this year's tournament. Leave us a comment and let us know what you think of our predictions! For all you basketball fanatics! We have basketball shaped...
December 31, 2011
Each fall a new school year begins, and for many, it's their first time entering their college career. For those students starting a new school settling in will be quite easy and hassle free but for those starting new schools it may take a bit more time, and more help for them to settle in and make the most of their experience. Although some students clearly embrace going to University with open arms it can be a daunting prospect for a lot of students because it is no longer a place that you attend for 5 to 6 hours a day...