NanoLumens “tech-orates” Delaware North’s new corporate headquarters in Buffalo with NanoWrap solution.
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Sunday’s episode of “The Simpsons” featured the very first live segment in the show’s decades-long television run.
If you were steering a beluga whale down the street, would you risk sneaking a peek at your phone? Probably not. High school sophomores Matthew Post and John Caporaletti agree, and in their new public service announcement (PSA), they encourage their peers to drive their cars with the same care and attention.
We take a look at 4 examples of how digital signage is being used in K-12 applications.
From iPads in every dugout to new video boards to virtual reality to new speakers, ballparks around the country are unveiling big-league enhancements.
When school administrators need to communicate immediately with hundreds or thousands of students within a few minutes, how can they do it effectively and affordably?
No longer confined to common areas such as the school library or cafeteria, digital signage is proving to be an exciting and efficient tool for engaging today’s students.
The installation of Sharp AQUOS BOARDS in each classroom and speech pathology room has enabled students to clearly see and interact with different media, enhancing learning experiences and allowing for collaboration.
Mike Kilian speaks with TD about the ways that digital signage can be used both inside the classroom and outside of the classroom on school campuses.
Blended learning is an educational practice that is gaining more steam lately, but many schools are unsure what exactly is needed for a blended learning classroom.