Teachers face ever-increasing pressure over the integration of technology into both daily classroom management and long-term instructional strategies. Add to these demands the increasing complexity of digital learning environments.
Luckily, the right technology can go a long way toward the goal of meeting diverse needs with simplicity, helping empower teachers.
Download this guide to learn more.
Selecting the best computing solutions within K-12 education can be a challenge with so many uses and options available. This use case guide takes into consideration the specific needs within K-12 education environments. Whether seeking the best fit devices for STEM labs, looking to create interactive learning spaces, or fulfilling the design needs of today’s interactive classrooms, the uses are varied and there is not a one size fits all approach. Download this guide to learn how the computing choices made can facilitate the teaching and learning environments via the Dell™ OptiPlex™ family of devices. Learn which solutions are recommended for different use cases within the K-12 education world.
Part 2 in our Partnering with Certainty Webinar Series, "Customer Demands at the Edge."
In our last webinar, we discussed how trends & technologies like IoT and its many applications have helped drive an Always On, Always Connected mentality that has completely evolved customer experience standards. These demands are driving a need for resiliency in local edge environments, meaning compute & storage capacity is now coming back on premise for many applications – especially in industries like Healthcare, Retail, Finance, and Education.
In other words, this highly distributed access layer is now becoming a compute layer – one that is mission-critical to delivering a flawless (or at least acceptable) customer experience. These environments are often make-shift wiring closets (janitor’s closets, back rooms, etc.) with no dedicated IT staff per each location.
More than ever before, Healthcare, Retail, Finance, and Education customers are turning to solution providers to be that “dedicated IT staff” to find and fix problems before they start, so that the customer (or patient, or student) experience they’re working to provide remains a good one.
APC by Schneider Electric has:
Connected Products making it easy to remotely monitor your customers’ environments
Including our NEW Smart-UPS with APC SmartConnect – the industry’s first cloud-connected UPS!
A Managed Service Program to help you develop & monetize power as a managed service
Fill out your information and click "Register" to watch part 2 of our Partnering with Certainty Webinar Series, “Customer Demands at the Edge: Fix My Problem Before it Starts.” This webinar originally aired on October 19th, 2017.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Jul 24, 2014
Build or buy? When manufacturers have sought new leaders, they have typically done both: grooming talent in-house and paying market rates for the best thinkers and managers.
With the growing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) shortage, companies will be harder-pressed to buy – and keep – top technical talent. Emerging and established leaders will command premium prices and field continual offers, increasing the likelihood they’ll make frequent job changes, taking their industry and institutional knowledge with them. As a consequence, manufacturers will need to build their talent pipeline, empower knowledge workers with the tools and intelligence they need to succeed, and provide professional development opportunities that exceed what competitors offer.
This will be a marathon, not a sprint. What’s key to making the race for talent successful: virtual training environments that accelerate learning and innovation.
Imaging technology has dramatically aff ected the experience of K-12 teaching and classroom
dynamics. From a time when the primary ways to relay information were verbal, via a
blackboard or overhead projector, to the current array of computers, tablets, fl at screens and
projectors – deciding what to select can be complicated. Today there is a lot of focus on fl at
panels and projectors. However the big dilemma isn’t which technology to select, but how to
support the right visual environments that help teachers teach and students learn. Whether
the pedagogical style is sage on a stage, guide by the side, fl ipped classrooms, display-based or
constructivist, getting everyone on the same page and keeping focus are key components in
supporting student comprehension.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Jun 08, 2016
"Over the next few years, advanced collaboration products and services will make their way into the millions of smaller meeting rooms (a.k.a. huddle rooms) in order to create flexible, productive work environments.
Wainhouse Research believes that huddle rooms should be an integral part of every organization’s meeting room and collaboration strategy.
Download this study by Wainhouse Research to get insights into how to maximize usage of small meeting spaces."
In the last few months, WR has observed that the SX10 has found its way into offices and small meeting
rooms of many of our enterprise consulting clients. In some cases, the SX10 was the first Cisco video
product ever installed in those environments. This prompted us to take a closer look at this system.
This document contains the results of WR’s independent, third-party testing, and our overall opinions of
the Cisco TelePresence SX10 Quick Set group video conferencing system.1
Over the last 15-20 years, educational researchers have studied the impact of online environments, technology in classrooms, and applications that support teachers. The transfer of knowledge in online environments (Merges 2011) sets a framework that could be applied to research in AR & VR as collaborative environments become available. Electronic environments offering a shared portal for multiple users afford teachers and researchers the opportunity to study group work among students.
To find out how Fujitsu could help enhance your AR & VR solutions download this whitepaper today.
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