The K-12 sector has long led the way in the development of the active learning spaces, but often they have lacked the support to run them. Now the AETM have launched a new mini-conference, to be held on the first day of Integrate, to educate the educators about AV.
Sony has ventured into the world of AI with their edge analytics solution, the REA-C1000. Designed to allow users to create video content in real-time without the need for specialist training, this clever black box is bring AI to any education space.
With 40,000 students, the Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU) is Norway’s largest university and its premier institution for educating engineers. It saw the opening of a new building as a great opportunity to enhance the student learning experience and improve flexibility of teaching by creating a fully interconnected AV suite of lecture rooms and laboratories.
Is AV technology in education doing what it’s supposed to? In this post we look at the use of AV in primary, secondary and tertiary education.
Technology in the classroom hasn’t been all it’s cracked up to be, but the rise of AV and IT integration means this is a fast-changing field…The convergence of audio visual and information technology is integral to the classrooms of today and tomorrow. Teachers tasked with keeping up with emerging technologies and learning models—like AR, VR and flipped classrooms—need user-friendly solutions that won’t slow down learning.
According to Prendi Managing Director James Ingram, the content and concept behind an AV install is just as important as the hardware that drives it. Ingram has a double degree in Business and Law, and believes AV has a large role to play in education. Books and blackboards no longer make the grade.
The classroom of the future may not be as far off as you think. Today’s collaborative technologies are driving the education market into new digital frontiers. In this case study, Crestron’s Technical Director, Bignesh Dayal, takes us on a tour of what Crestron will be showcasing to drive the learning environments of tomorrow.
The time had come. Geelong Grammar’s previous drama studio had burnt down in the late ’70s and the department had outgrown the rebuilt digs it had found itself in. A larger, more modern replacement was required… and what a replacement! But this is more than a story about a well-resourced school erecting an impressive performing […]