ClickView’s digital video solution for schools, is designed to support learning the classroom by providing a simple and complete solution for watching digital video and other digital media (and if you’re not yet using it, then give it a run with their ClickView free trial)
They’ve been having a run of success with us at the moment too, as they won the award as Microsoft Education Partner of the Year 2012 in September. And they were also the first education partner from Australia to get a Windows 8 education application into the new Windows Store.
There will be lots of schools already using ClickView’s service, and it’s great to know that their innovation is also being recognised outside of education.
I’m tempted to believe that education ICT developers are one of the most innovative sectors in Australia at the moment, because the finalist list also included Janison, who have been at the forefront of innovation for online assessment for the last couple of years in Australia too. And obviously we judges for Microsoft’s Education Partner of the Year aren’t a shabby bunch either, as both Janison and ClickView have been previous winners of Education Partner of the Year for Australia.