A world of possibilities in digital language labs
and 1:1 classrooms!

Enjoy the most user-friendly and versitile classroom technology

  • It facilitates the creation and development of audiovisual activities in the classroom.
  • It streamlines the teacher's work and maximizes student retention.
  • It generates the ideal communication environment for students to learn by interacting with each other.
  • It has revolutionized teaching and learning in thousands of schools worldwide!

Roycan Solutions


Netmagic classroom

Netmagic is the ultimate multimedia Language Laboratory. A pedagogic environment supporting educational centres that need the latest technology in order to be able to provide quality teaching, using practical, user-friendly equipment.

For further information about OPTIMAS technology, kindly download OPTIMAS descriptive overview.

Client Testimonials

  • Logo UCM

    Digital language laboratories are much more than a tool for training and listening discursive language, they are places to study and experiment with real samples of languages​​, learn languages ​​and exercise in their use. So they are configured using multimedia technology, communications and flexible and open organizational models with any necessary tool to process philological materials.

    All this and much more is what you get with language laboratories, a complete tool to put in the service of teachers and students the latest technology for teaching.

    Ana Fernández-Pampillón Cesteros. Associate Dean of Technologies Applied to Philology (2007-2014), Faculty of Philology, UCM.


  • Logo

    The Optimas system provides control over the classroom, which saves time and is very easy. We use it for our classes with children from 6 to 12 years old, where it is necessary to switch up some activities and break the monotony in the classroom, so the Optimas is very handy. There are many functions and, frankly, we only use certain ones, which facilitate our work with the material we use in class, but the possibilities are endless.
    It is also very easy to adapt to it, it is very intuitive and fast, it speeds up the work of the teacher and you can work with it immediately.

    Sandra Asensio and Montse Sansano are two English teachers at the Juan Ramon Jimenez School in Martorell, Barcelona.


  • Logo

    "For us, the Roycan Languages Laboratory has greatly improved the control the teacher has on the students. Thanks to its software, the teacher has full control of the classroom so they can take the reins of the class at all times, optimizing time and taking advantage of the 8 broadcast channels so they can speed up the pace of the class. They simply have to prepare the session a little. In addition, we have also noticed how our classes have been enriched with the new resources. Videos, presentations, audio ... have allowed us to create more dynamic and ..."

    Juan Socorro, Director of Maritime Fisheries I.F.P. of Las Palmas of Gran Canaria.


  • Logo

    "It is indisputable, the real possibility provided by the Roycan Languages Laboratory to provide personal attention in the process of student learning. It is also easy to monitor the work being done, the time it takes, and the difficulties or achievements with rapid responses.
    The Antoni Roig school has always been noted for valuation of new technologies. But it was with the creation of the language laboratory that they chose a method based on ..."

    Maria Luisa works in the Antoni Roig C.E.I.P. in Torredembarra, Tarragona.


  • Logo

    "Although it took us a certain time to feel completely comfortable using the most important functions as it takes practice to remember the order of operations to get to the desired result, all the teachers are now able to have students work in pairs or in groups, block the students’ computers when they want to have their attention and broadcast their screen on the students’ computers. Our contact at Roycan has always been very helpful and considerate, and we have felt like the company really cared about us being happy with their product. We have been using this system for almost two years now. I would definitely recommend the Optimas School system."

    Jean-Michel Dôme, ESL Department Coordinator. Cégep de Jonquière Public College.


  • What is a Language Laboratory?

    What is a Language Laboratory?

    The Language Laboratories are becoming items better and better valued within educational institutions since the functions and possibilities they offer are much higher than the ones in the traditional teaching-learning system

    Moreover it is necessary to distinguish between language laboratory, language method and control software. A method in a procedural that guides teachers when, in turn, control software is a computer program that is used to control students' computers and to know what they are doing at all times. Instead, a language lab goes beyond, a language lab can integrate the method we want to use allowing further development of a large number of different activities in the classroom, the communication between teachers and students, using multimedia material, etc. taking into account at the same time the functions of control software.

    Language immersion, attention to diversity, teamwork promotion, etc. are just some of the outstanding features of the language laboratories. According Juana Gil Fernandez (Head of the Laboratory of Phonetics. Council for Scientific Research) a language lab “allows the teacher, if desired, to transcend everyday teaching of a language to enter fully in the investigation of cognitive process of acquiring and learning foreign languages ​​in general [...]”.

  • Which are the components of a modern language laboratory?

    Which are the components of a modern language laboratory?

    A modern Language Lab consists of various elements that form a multifunctional environment that uses the latest technology for education. Among the components of language laboratories we find:

    Furniture. Language laboratories should have a specific and robust furniture that is capable of securely hold all the elements that are part of that laboratory.

    Computers. The computers are a very important part in the language lab.

    Technology. A language laboratory has a specific technology that enables the interconnection, interaction and communication between the different positions that make up the lab.

    Headset. They should be designed to facilitate communication between the people who use the lab for the different activities that take place in it can be carried out successfully.

  • Why should you use a language laboratory?

    Why should you use a language laboratory?

    A language lab creates a learning environment much more effective than traditional classrooms enhancing the capabilities of students and allowing a high degree of immersion and attention to diversity.

    A language laboratory encourages the participation and integration of the students in the different exercises and this is reflected, for example, in the time it takes to students to speak in another language during class. In a traditional class of 45 minutes the percentage of time spent by students to speak in the language they are studying is 2.2% while in a language laboratory classroom the percentage of time spent reaches nearly 24%. It is also necessary to note that these figures might be higher depending on the exercises taking place in the class.

    In addition, the use of the language lab allows students to have access to the information quickly and easily developing many types of classroom exercises, personalizing the learning process, encouraging creativity, innovation and training . Language laboratories also favor a high degree of skill development, team and collaborative work eliminating socio-temporal barriers since information is not found in a particular and specific place and at the same time, they foster digital literacy responding to new educational and social needs.

  • Benefits and advantages of using a language laboratory

    Language laboratories have a number of distinctive features that make them the ideal item to turn the instruction time achieving high rates of participation, interaction, etc. These features include the following:

    • The school will have a tool that facilitates communication, interactivity, etc. in a classroom, using the computing resources of the center.
    • It accelerates language learning through a complete linguisstic immersion.
    • It is a technology specially designed for education that promotes high motivation of students since they work with special equipment for language learning. There is a greater involvement of students in a participatory environment.
    • In addition, the technology of a language laboratory offers great advantages to both teachers and students. Both can access the new information and communication technologies quickly and easily. They have a classroom where they have at their disposal the latest technology for language learning.
    • The teacher is not just a supervisor, but performs all the tasks of the teacher of languages​​, and his/her work is enhanced and facilitated by technology and besides this, he/she acts a supervisor, energizing and motivating.
    • It is a system that allows a high degree of attention to diversity and of personalization of the processes of teaching and learning
    • Language laboratories foster the interactive communication in the classroom and the use of ICT

  • The result

    The result

    The final result that is achieved with language laboratories is very positive for the learning process of students. Their learning speed significantly accelerates because students are more interested in the study by using latest technology and learn quickly, effectively and optimize efficiently the time spent on the process.

    Besides this, immersion and work in groups are encouraged, there are also more interaction among students, lifelong learning, creativity, customization of the processes of teaching and learning, skill development, etc.

    A language lab implies that both students and teachers actively participate in the different activities that take place during class thus achieving much higher involvement than in traditional learning environments.