As the size of personal technology continues to shrink, large screens still play a major role in shared learning experiences – in classrooms and conference rooms alike. Interactive whiteboards and blackboards are increasingly being deployed in educational environments, aiding the teaching and learning process with an evolving list of features and functionality.
Learning should be seamless – students and teachers lack the time to learn how to use a variety of different devices and troubleshoot when things don’t go their way. School districts are working to improve student outcomes by taking advantage of emerging digital monitors to give teachers even better options for classroom interactivity and efficiency.
On show at ISE, Dell’s C7017T, C5518QT and C8618QT large-format monitors are purpose built for collaboration in conference rooms and classrooms. Easy to use, setup and adapt, large-format monitors serve to empower presenters to engage and collaborate with any audience in-person or remotely.
In addition to rapid and seamless setup, security remains a large concern among IT decision makers. Dell monitors’ RS232 and RJ45 connectivity enables IT managers to control displays remotely. For increased security compliance and manageability, the organisation can apply their own standard OS image.