Within minutes of talking to the Schools Director of IT, Mr Zdarzil, you can’t help but notice the striking contrast of how this leading independent school housing 850 pupils now boasts some of the most modern day Audio Visual projection technology available today.
The inclusion of projectors in the classroom makes for a much more interactive learning environment with teaching time maximised and student engagement heightened. Rather than wasting time have to write out information on a board, prepared documents can be projected for students to use and the same documents re-used for the following class.
Showing educational films, presenting graphs and creating media-supported lessons and talks – these are all part of modern teaching. Regardless of whether they are used flexibly or installed on a ceiling, CASIO projectors are ideally suited for use in lessons thanks to their ease of use and the revolutionary long service life of the light source.
The Casio XJ-L8300HN is a 4K UHD, commercial-grade large venue projector claiming 5,000 lumens. The projector features a hybrid laser/phosphor light engine. In other words – the XJ-L8300HN is lamp-free. The solid-state light engine, combined with the new Texas Instruments 4K DLP chip, makes this 4K UHD projector one to be considered for advanced business and education applications, such as lecture halls, auditoriums, large conference rooms, and more.
Central to the efficient running of any organisation is documentation management, but this has long since moved away from the arranging of paper documentation to the digital realm. Here are some interesting trends emerging in document management for 2018.
Panasonic Toughbook® mobile computers and Toughpad® tablets are designed to handle almost any situation—from business-rugged computers that withstand bangs, bumps and spillage, to fully-rugged that can survive extreme conditions, such as drops up to six feet, rain, oil, pressure, dust and extraordinary swings in temperature.