AV technologies has revolutionized the way higher education institutions deliver content and engage with students. With the integration of AV technology, classrooms have transformed into dynamic learning environments that cater to the needs and preferences of millennials.
Unified Collaboration (UC) is a suite of AV technologies that integrates voice, video, instant messaging, and other communication tools into a single platform. UC can be used to improve communication, collaboration, and learning in schools. UC tools can be used to deliver lectures, provide feedback, and conduct online discussions. This can help students to learn more effectively and to stay engaged in the learning process.
Better Collaboration: Today, most students carry mobile devices with them into the classroom. By utilizing tools like the wePresent WIPG-1600, Poll Everywhere, and Google Classroom, students can seamlessly participate in interactive activities and share their screens without having to approach the front of the classroom or submit physical documents.
Smart audio: AV users often face sound quality issues during online classroom collaborations, lectures, or guest speaker events. Fortunately, companies like Shure have introduced new microphone setups that help to reduce ambient noise during these sessions, providing a better overall listening experience.
Digital Multiuse displays: The Innovative Alternative to Traditional Monitors and Projector Screens
Many universities are moving away from traditional monitors and projectors and embracing digital panels instead. These panels offer interactive features, such as touch-screen and electronic drawing capabilities, while also providing an exceptional digital viewing experience.
In addition to the benefits mentioned above, AV technology can also be used to:
- Provide access to remote learning resources
- Enhance student presentations
- Create immersive learning environments
- Streamline administrative tasks
As AV technology continues to evolve, it is likely to have an even greater impact on the future of higher education.