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Shown in standing position (height-adjustable upon assembly). Desktop can be set 30”-40” from the floor.
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Mobile Tech Station Premium

(MTS1) $1,297.00 USD

Spend less time setting up your tech and more time doing what you love—teaching!

Teaching in-class and online poses many challenges including managing all the gadgets to set up the technology required to for tech-driven lessons. This customizable, mobile desk has a spot for everything—just connect your devices and you’re ready to go!

This premium model includes everything needed to make switching between programs and devices while teaching quick and seamless. The Dewey Document Camera Stand mounts to the workstation and can be used for recording the teacher or pivoted to show a demonstration on the desktop. The laptop tray helps keep the desktop clear and a ring light attached to the frame provides proper illumination for video recording. The new Mobile Tech Station can be customized with components that support the technology a teacher uses and their preferred ergonomics; essentially replacing a traditional desk.

All the wires are kept tidy by running to a power strip and under mounted cable management below the tabletop with only one plug going to the wall. This reduces the trip hazard of multiple cords going to an outlet and makes it very easy to move for travelling teachers or just around a classroom without disrupting the tech setup already in place.

Storage and a whiteboard:

Depending on grade level, subject or teaching style, many teachers will find the addition of storage and a whiteboard handy. Included is a pull-out Stubby Tubby drawer and a Really Big Tub holds large props or books. On the back hangs a removable Pack and Go Whiteboard Easel that is dry-erase, magnetic and includes a handy kickstand to position it anywhere.

Shown in standing position (height-adjustable upon assembly). Desktop can be set 30”-40” from the floor.
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Mobile Tech Station Base

(MTS2) $931.62 USD

Spend less time setting up your tech and more time doing what you love—teaching!

Teaching in-class and online poses many challenges including managing all the gadgets to set up the technology required to for tech-driven lessons. This customizable, mobile desk has a spot for everything—just connect your devices and you’re ready to go!

This base model is an affordable starting point with the basics needed for teaching tech-driven lessons or for students to use in a media center for recording and streaming video. The sturdy work station includes a desktop with enough room for a laptop or to demonstrate a lesson. The Dewey Document Camera mounts to the frame and holds a smartphone or tablet and can be used for recording the teacher or pivoted to show a demonstration on the desktop. A ring light also attached to the frame provides proper illumination for video recording. The new Mobile Tech Station Base Model can be customized with components that support the technology a teacher uses
and their preferred ergonomics; essentially replacing a traditional desk.

All the wires are kept tidy by running to a power strip and under mounted cable management below the tabletop with only one plug going to the wall. This reduces the trip hazard of multiple cords going to an outlet and makes it very easy to move around a classroom without disrupting the tech setup already in place.

Optional add-ons are available to customize the station such as a laptop tray, Stubby Tubby Pull-out Drawer, Really Big Tub for storage along the bottom and a Pack and Go Whiteboard Easel.

Dewey Video Recording Stand with Light and Doc Cam
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Dewey Video/Podcasting and Doc Cam Stand

(DCS7) $172.48 USD

Dewey makes it possible (and affordable) for students and teachers to record and stream video with just the basics and with a built-in ring light right on the stand, recordings can be properly illuminated. The sturdy stand sets up quickly and uses devices your school already has, including  tablets and smartphones. The hands-free device holder pivots to record the presenter or the desktop for showing demonstrations. Connect a USB mic to the device to enhance the audio recording.

Dewey Document Camera Stands are flexible classroom tools and have been helpful to teachers as they suddenly had to teach online and with hybrid models as schools reopen.

Need project ideas and resources? Check out stopmotion, green screen and various other art activities via Tricia Fuglestad from Dryden Art here. Follow her on Twitter for more via @fuglefun.

Please note: Document camera not included. Turn your devices, including your smartphones and iPads®, into a document camera by utilizing the camera app.

Dewey the Document Camera Stand with microscope and light

Dewey the Document Camera Stand with microscope and light

(DCS6) $112.00 USD

A great tool for remote learning. Sets up quickly at your kitchen table and keeps your hands free for lessons and demonstrations. See more solutions.

Turn your devices, including your smartphones and iPads®, into a document camera by utilizing the camera app. Now with the addition of a microscope, Dewey enables students to get up-close and explore their studies. The sturdy frame sets up quickly, mounts to surfaces and provides teachers and students with the opportunity to share work, ideas and anything else that inspires.

Find more solutions for mobile makerspaces here.

Need project ideas and resources? Check out stopmotion, green screen and various other art activities via Tricia Fuglestad from Dryden Art here. Follow her on Twitter for more via @fuglefun

Dewey the Document Camera Stand

Dewey the Document Camera Stand

(DCS5) $99.68 USD

A great tool for remote learning. Sets up quickly at your kitchen table and keeps your hands free for lessons and demonstrations. See more solutions.

Turn your devices, including your smartphones and iPads®, into a document camera by utilizing the camera app. The sturdy frame sets up quickly, mounts to surfaces and provides teachers and students with the opportunity to share work, ideas and anything else that inspires. 

Click here to see Dewey with a microscope (DCS6) and LED light as shown in the video. 

Find more solutions for mobile makerspaces here.

Need project ideas and resources? Check out stopmotion, green screen and various other art activities via Tricia Fuglestad from Dryden Art here. Follow her on Twitter for more via @fuglefun