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Archive for November, 2011

eBeam and Encyclopedia Britannica- Could there be a Better Partnership?

Another awesome video demonstrating the wonders of eBeam, only this time highlighting the additional benefits made possible by Encyclopedia Britannica partnering with Luidia.


eBeam Engage- An Amazing Classroom Tool!


This is a short, informative video showing the multiple uses of eBeam Engage, and its benefits for the classroom.  eBeam Engage creates a fun and interactive way for teachers to make their lessons rock!  Take a look, and be very intrigued!  Then remember to come and check out our great sale prices…  The sale ends 12/16, so hurry, hurry, hurry!

Our Biggest eBeam Sale Ever!

Well, so far anyway! eBeam Rocks! is having its first sale, and it’s a BIG one! Seriously! In fact, I’m not sure that you’ll find any better prices anywhere! Check out our low prices at

A Demo of eBeam by Luidia Themselves!

This is a demonstration of the basics and benefits of eBeam being given to Robert Scoble (American blogger, technical evangelist, and author) by Jody Forehand, Luidia’s VP of Product Planning, and Rafi Holtzman, CEO of Luidia.  It’s a bit lengthy at almost 15 minutes long, but very informative throughout the presentation.  I hope you’ll take a look!

Ebeam and Me

My name is Heather Fritz and I work for Interior Dimension, Inc. (IDI). IDI is a small, friendly business that primarily sells office furniture in Missouri and Illinois. Matt Brooks, who is the owner of IDI and also my boss, recently became interested in a very cool product- eBeam, the digital whiteboard solution from Luidia. This occurred when one of our office furniture clients questioned Matt about smartboards. Well, when my boss started doing some research, he found that eBeam is this amazing product that can be used in a variety of settings for all kinds of purposes. He immediately decided that he wanted to become an authorized reseller for Luidia. Matt then proceeded to tell our staff about his findings, and I was thoroughly impressed. So, when he asked who wanted to become the eBeam guru, I quickly volunteered! My background is in education, and though I haven’t taught in several years, I think the eBeam possibilities for teachers is unlimited. I also have worked in different settings where I have had to train new employees, and the eBeam would have made that process incredibly easy. Overall, like Matt found, I truly believe that eBeam is a remarkable product that could benefit all types of industries, and I’m eager to find out about all of its uses and applications. Hence, this blog was born.