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Interactive Classrooms

Empowering and engaging students and teachers through collaboration

Now, teachers can concentrate on the lesson, without worrying about whether students are engaging with them. Students can take advantage of an interactive learning experience and can collaborate with their teachers in real time. The tool that can make all of this happen, is the VIA Campus by Kramer. This tool maximises the learning experience...
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The Evolution of AV in Higher Education

There is a radical transformation taking place in the AV space in Higher education. Increasingly, AV in classrooms is moving from analog to digital and from conventional to newer teaching paradigms. However, all of this is still very much a work in progress with different rates of adoption in different universities, depending on the budget...
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White Paper: Six reasons why video conferencing is essential for education

If you are a teacher, video conferencing solutions can bring the world into your classroom more quickly and effectively than you dreamed possible. This enhances learning opportunities and allows access to courseware and faculty for students who would otherwise not have the advantage of a cutting-edge education. This is why video conferencing is essential for...
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Classroom infrastructure design standards: Part IV

In this article, which is the fourth in a series of articles by Infocomm about classroom design standards in higher education, Infocomm talks about classroom equipment preferences. The first article talks about industry standards. The second article talks about campus infrastructure standards. The third article talks about classroom design standards. This material is loosely based...
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Classroom infrastructure design standards: Part III

Infocomm has published a special series of articles on classroom design standards in higher education. The first article talks about industry standards. The second article talks about campus infrastructure standards. This is the third article in the series, and it talks about classroom design standards. So, what are classroom design standards? These are the parts...
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Classroom infrastructure design standards: Part II

In a special series of articles, Infocomm addresses the issue of classroom standards and provides a comprehensive set of guidelines for universities and other learning institutions to follow, so that they can avoid common mistakes. The articles cover the issue of design from 4 distinct aspects – industry standards, campus infrastructure standards, classroom design standards,...
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Classroom infrastructure design standards: Part 1

Creating infrastructure that enhances the learning process is a pretty complex thing, and a lot of investment, effort and technology has gone into creating teaching aids that help faculty in creating a rich learning experience. But many schools, universities and institutions in India still fail to adopt a set of design standards in the creation...
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Features of WolfVision EYE-14

Welcome to the notes-free classroom

How about integrating a camera in your classroom or businesses so that the students don’t ever have to take notes again?  This requires an image capture or camera system, which is used more by the participants of a learning session, than it is by the presenter or faculty conducting it. WolfVision has introduced a high-quality...
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About our Blog

The Actis Integration and AV Blog is a forum for sharing tips, insights, news, solutions and experiences with people and businesses who are undertaking different types of integration projects in India. It covers topics like Professional AV, lighting, energy management, video collaboration, unified communications, presentations, network AV and environment control.

Over time it will grow into a practical, India-specific, knowledge base to assist CIOs/CTOs, architects, AV and lighting consultants, developers, educational institutions and the hospitality industry to make better choices and get more out of their investments in technology.

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