Enhance the educational experience, facilitate collaborative learning, update content quickly, improve communication with students and visitors.
“It has revolutionized my course—not just how I teach, but what I teach as well,” said Dr. Nate Brandstater, Associate Professor of Chemistry, La Sierra University. “Using the Collaborative Digital Learning Lab (CDLL), my students are interacting, solving problems and visualizing chemistry in a way I haven’t been able to attempt before.”
Enhance the educational experience: Gain the ability to display subject matter with big, bold, high-resolution clarity. Zoom into any high-resolution object on a microscopic level, yet allow a large classroom of students see the content at the same time. Incorporate remote content, including video conferencing with guest instructors and speakers, into the learning environment to create a richer learning environment.
Facilitate collaborative learning: Display student laptop content for group discussions or student presentations.
Make materials easy to see: Overcome the challenge posed by a large classroom by displaying content on a large video wall.
Update content quickly: Easily change content—no dry erase pens and erasers needed! Set up and save arrangements of content ahead, or change the content instantly as you teach.
Improve communication with student and visitors: Install Hiperwall enabled displays in areas around campus and use as digital signage to welcome visitors and inform students about campus events.
Keep students safe: Use Hiperwall enabled displays for security, surveillance and campus safety.
Education Case Studies
- K-12 Schools
- Colleges and Universities
- Collaborative Learning Labs
- Research Labs
- Corporate Training
- Campus Safety
- Digital Signage