Spectrum Industries, Inc. is a provider of innovative, quality instructional and corporate furnishing products, with a focus of meeting all your technology needs. Founded in 1968 and proudly headquartered in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, where all products are designed and assembled, Spectrum has gained a strong reputation for producing quality products in an environmentally responsible manner.
Freedom One eLift Lectern meets ergonomic and aesthetic
The Freedom One eLift is a comfortable and affordable
lectern that allows an instructor to sit or stand, matching the height needs of
each person and is fully ADA compliant. This lectern will adjust in height from
30”-42” at the push of a button offering the perfect height for nearly any
From Bare Bones to
Fully Loaded with Features
This great, universal lectern also features excellent add-on options including:
• Custom logo panels.
• Keyboard tray – flip it over to make a drawer for accessory storage.
• Surround or Overbridge worksurface
• Spectrum Expressions color options
Take a look at more of the great features the Freedom One eLift has to offer:
At Spectrum Industries, we believe that making a quality product matters to our customers. Having products that will outlast their users and are adaptable enough to be reused through multiple technology deployments, is what drives our innovation and desire to constantly strive to surpass our customers' expectations. Simply put, Spectrum furniture is made to last and perform for years.
Larry Lindenauer, territory manager with Spectrum in the New England region believes that product durability is one of Spectrum’s strongest selling points. “When I go to schools, they show me purchases from several years back that are still in great condition.”
Mark Dotson, territory manager with Spectrum in the Mid-Atlantic region agreed with this sentiment, stating that “it’s wonderful when demonstrating our products to prospects and customers at tradeshows and they say, ‘We love your products,’ or ‘We have been using Spectrum for years.’ It shows that I represent a reputable and highly regarded c…
We’re taking a good idea and making it smaller! Adding iPad, eReader or other tablet technology to the curriculum? The InTouch20Secure Tablet Locker is the little cousin to the InTouch40 Tablet Cart and is just the thing for the small classroom. The wire management and numbered slots make organization and charging easy. With the optional Synchronizing Kit, apps can be added and the tablets synchronized. Security, charging and syncing all in a small footprint to fit in the small classroom!
You can look to Spectrum for solutions whether you’re in the market for a lectern, desk and tables, or mobile computing storage and charging carts.
WikiWikiWeb, the first wiki or user-editable website, was launched on March 25, 1995 and still is a valuable source of information and sharing. The concept and development of the “Wiki” came from Ward Cunningham in a hope to create a web page that was quickly editable by the users. In Cunningham’s case, it was to establish and promote an exchange of ideas between programmers within his company.
Cunningham originally was going to call his new platform “QuickWeb,” but later he remembered a Honolulu language term for “fast” used by an airport counter employee. The employee told Cunningham to take the Wiki Wiki Shuttle, a shuttle bus line that runs between the airport's terminals. "Wiki Wiki" is a repeating of "wiki", a Hawaiian language word for fast.
From the “Front Page” of the WikiWikiWeb:
The idea of a “Wiki” may seem odd at first, but dive in and explore its links! The “Wiki” is a composition system; it’s a discussion medium; it’s a repository; it’s a mail syst…