Classes are in-person. Classes are online again. Back to in-person. Online again. This is a cycle playing out at schools across the country, and there does not seem to be an end to the cycle in the short-term. Some schools used the spring and summer closures to prepare classrooms for either virtual or hybrid learning opportunities, while others fully expected to be back in the classrooms in a normal routine by now. Many schools that did not invest in technology upgrades over the summer are beginning to consider these projects, hoping to have them in place for the winter and spring semesters.
Cleaning instructions for the monitors, displays, touch panels, dynamic microphones, and condenser microphones in your office and conference rooms.
Schools that hadn’t prepared their online learning capabilities before now have a significant incentive to invest: grants and legislation that allocate funding for technology and professional development investments that support distance learning.
Now more than ever, it is critical to communicate real-time information and guidelines to the people entering your facility. Digital signage and displays ensure that you are communicating real-time safety information to visitors.
Current events are causing shifts in how we think about everything, and education is no exception. With K-12 and higher education classrooms closed across the nation, many educational institutions are moving up the timelines for construction and renovation projects, often with an updated scope to account for changes that will need to be in place when students return to classrooms.
Your meeting rooms and collaboration systems were likely designed with the intent that people would be gathering in them to meet and collaborate in-person, possibly with other groups of people in one or two locations. But, given our current circumstances, your meeting rooms are likely not filled and your people are relying on your collaboration systems to accommodate more attendees in more locations than ever intended.
In a recent article for Forbes ("The 10+ Most Important Job Skills Every Company Will Be Looking For In 2020"), Bernard Marr explains how workplaces are changing to embrace the 4th industrial revolution. He predicts that companies will be looking for these 10 job skills in 2020...
Higher education classrooms have experienced many changes during the last few years. Institutions have begun offering cyber classes or distant learning models to increase enrollment, which is imperative for many schools.
The DSM BioMedical Experience Center in Exton, PA is the "Project of the Month" in the April 2019 issue of Commercial Integrator.
According to a recent survey by Commercial Integrator, video walls are no longer limited to retail and entertainment venues, and are increasingly being adopted by corporations, educational institutions, and healthcare facilities.