To better engage its students and allow its faculty to apply modern learning principles, Chase Secondary School supplied its classrooms, computer lab and hallway with NEC monitors and projectors.
Saint Louis University installed NEC large-screen displays, video walls and projectors to better communicate with students campus-wide, as well as display high-quality images for lectures in auditoriums and classrooms.
University of Central Florida's Tech Commons was completely renovated to fulfill students' technological needs, from a podcast recording studio and editing suite to collaboration rooms and lounge area, with help from 24 NEC displays ranging in size between 32" and 65".
In order to successfully collaborate with partner universities through video conferencing and visualization of large-sized data sets, the University of California at San Diego purchased 46” and 55” X Series displays.
For his year-long tour throughout the country to teach photography skills in a variety of classroom environments, Dave FitzSimmons uses the NEC NP610 projector to ensure smooth presentations.
When this Arizona-based school received a $20,000 technology grant to design their ideal classroom, a first grade teacher saw an opportunity to enrich her students' learning experience with NEC NP400 projectors.
This forward-thinking educational institution updated its 15-year-old CRT signage with NEC’s M46-AV for a campus-wide digital signage network.