Six ways interactivity is elevating the learning experience.
Conventional offices are giving way to more agile, digitally driven hubs that support collaboration.
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Halfway through the second decade of the 21st century, two clear trends have emerged with respect to meetings: First, meeting presenters and participants are relying more on tablets, smartphones, and “phablets” than traditional computing platforms to display slides, photos, and videos.
Ask a project or marketing manager how they plan to measure a return on investment (ROI) on a digital signage rollout within the enterprise, and you’ll hear such things as branding, messaging, or the most nebulous of measurements, “awareness.”
Simulation technology, interactive touchscreen whiteboards, system control rooms, recording systems, wireless LCD Monitors—these aren’t words that remind me of my college experience. Educational technology has redefined the way students learn and how they interact with their teachers. It also has forced our educational institutions to adapt to new technologies, and often.