Digital technologies do more than improve the overall classroom experience. They also enable institutions and teachers to better serve individual students, using interactive and personal devices to customize learning on a one-to-one level. Although educators have made great strides in raising the standard for education, their efforts have not fully achieved the goal of building a robust 21st-century learning infrastructure. Learn more about what educators are doing to improve this environment.
Today’s K-12 and college students grew up with personal technology in their hands, so they already have the fluency needed to make use of these solutions during their educational journey. School districts across the country have given the green light to technologies that support this digital form of learning. See how schools can better connect students and the curriculum in this article.
See how one school’s perspective on the five best practices to follow when incorporating new technology into the classroom can help you.
The right technology supports student learning, increases engagement, and makes recordkeeping and lesson delivery easier for teachers. What’s your learning goal today?
Today’s school-age children live in a multi-screen world. Their immersion in technology has redefined the way they learn. See how schools are using different display technologies to create these interactive and engaging "blended learning" environments to help students retain knowledge.
Learn how constant color rendition and brightness, lack of lamp replacements, and long usage hours of laser projectors help lower your overall total cost of ownership in this infographic.
In this infographic , find out why laser projectors solve the crucial problems that lamp-based projectors and flat panel solutions can't.
In the early days of digital signage, manufacturers had their own proprietary systems and devices. Once a deployer chose a specific supplier they were locked into that supplier's products thus limiting the deployer's options when it came to upgrading and expanding their network or adding new devices. This whitepaper explains how the advent of Open Specification for digital signage has changed that.
Projection can be used to create signage much larger than traditional digital displays and deploy that signage in areas that simply aren’t suitable for a digital screen. In this white paper we explore why you would choose laser projection over a digital display in a deployment.
Digital signage displays featuring UHD can create an eye-grabbing experience that enables a deployment to stand out from an evergrowing field of digital displays. But despite its growing popularity, putting together a 4K/UHD solution can be a challenge. Download this white paper to learn how to properly put the pieces together for a customer experience that stands head and shoulders above the competition.
Recent improvements in LED technology are opening the door to an increasing number of uses that may have once been the domain of a LCD screen. This whitepaper defines the advantages and disadvantage when it comes to weighing the use of an LED display compared with an LCD screen and details key considerations to keep in mind before choosing to deploy LED signage.