Have any road warriors on your gift list for Mother’s Day? Father’s Day? Graduation? Birthdays or Anniversaries? This year, give them the gift of paperless. With the new ScanSnap iX100 – you’ll be the hero! ScanSnap’s newest addition to their product line, the iX100, is a speedy, easy-to-use, portable, battery-operated scanner that scans to any […]
Calling all librarians! Are you looking for an easy-to-use and cost effective way for your patrons to scan books without damaging them on a traditional flatbed scanner or copier? We have a solution for you, the Book ScanCenter that is designed for libraries by Scannx. ScanSnap and Scannx have teamed up to bring libraries a […]
Frequently, we hear back from customers who have used our products to get organized and eliminate clutter, but that’s just scratching at the surface of what can be done. Here is a perfect example of how a college professor utilized the ScanSnap iX500 to give his students a more personal education experience. Customer Bio: Roy […]
The ScanSnap S1100 works great with all our laptops and fits right in the bag with the computer when I travel. Now contact cards can be scanned directly to my laptop just as soon as the student fills it out.
Once again, the school year is upon us. As a college student, this means job interviews, office hours, spending time in class, and many lost papers along the way. My life is digital and, as a result, it is difficult to keep track of all of the paper documents that I come into contact with on a daily basis. Every school year, students always get bombarded with paper.
One of the first blog posts I wrote was about the power of the scanner option on my school’s photocopier. If you somehow collected all of the devices I have used over the years you would see that I have owned at least 6 different scanners since I started college in the 90’s. I have […]
There are many reasons for a teacher to take their classroom paperless, but what happens when someone else decides it is time for your classroom to kick your paper habit? In the best situations, the rate of technology integration in a classroom would be in the individual teacher’s control and each teacher would be allowed […]
As school starts to let out for summer, kids are coming home with long lists of summer reading books. Especially if you’ve got older children, entering high school or college, these books have become more and more challenging over the years.
I really didn’t set out to be a teacher – it’s more like teaching called me into its ranks. I think that’s what “vocation” actually means. Even as a child in grade school, I enjoyed gaining knowledge, figuring out how things related, and then explaining that to my classmates. Helping others understand what was at first confusing has always been a delight to me.
If you can read this right now, chances are there’s a teacher out there you should be thanking this week. May 5-19 marks National Teacher Appreciation Week and it’s the perfect opportunity to make the educators in your life feel loved.
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