In building ULM's newest student center, it was essential to equip the space with world-class digital signage and entertainment display to enhance campus life and provide flexible options for large-scale viewing.
USC wanted to create a space to provide students and staff with high-end interactive multi-media technology that would unleash creative energy, enable students to evolve artistically, create professional quality videos and intimidate the competition
West Allegheny School District located approximately 15 miles from Pittsburgh, PA is one of the largest school districts, geographically, of the 42 school systems in Allegheny County. With approximately 3,500 students enrolled annually, the district is comprised of one high school, one middle school and three elementary schools.
Peters Township School District Establishes Interactive Learning with a Solution Featuring Sharp AQUOS BOARD® Interactive Displays
Otterbein University was facing an impasse between an architectural need for abundant natural light and the ability for students to clearly see the information on displays and projector screens in classrooms and digital signage around campus
Helios Education Foundation was determined to build a new headquarters that would be a source of inspiration for educators and the community by combining visually stunning, sustainable architecture with innovative, highly collaborative audiovisual solutions.
See how one university revamps an iconic but underused stadium to add classroom, research, student life, media, performance, meeting, event, faith and hospitality spaces and transform campus life.
Rural school districts present unique challenges when compared to their counterparts in more highly populated areas. Sometimes, those unique challenges present equally unique opportunities. NEC collaboration boards make Orangeville one of the most high-tech school districts in the country
In modern education, technology plays a critical role in everyday learning, going beyond the lecture to make information resonate and bringing new levels of engagement to a classroom. Schools can ignite students’ passion for learning with classroom technologies that allow students to collaborate with each other and with their instructor. See the collective power of the latest display technologies in NEC's education showroom.
Universities are on a constant mission to prepare students for a competitive start to their careers—especially when it comes to tech. When Oklahoma City University decided to add a program in game design and animation, it needed a laboratory that was as cutting-edge as the subject matter.
Classrooms look very different than they did a decade ago. Students and educators are reaping the benefits of collaboration that was not possible until recently. So when a university saw a way to enhance its medical sciences education spaces by making them more interactive and collaborative, it turned to technology. Read more about the challenge and solution in this case study.
Higher-education facilities know that learning doesn’t just happen in the classroom; it happens everywhere. Seneca College in Ontario implemented technology all over its multiple campuses to create popular learning spaces that allow students to connect online, work collaboratively, and interact with screens hands-on.
An Illinois University updates its educational technology with NEC projectors and displays to eliminate downtime and enhance learning.
NEC Projectors and LED Display Create Immersive Learning Environment for School Planetarium
An Educated Choice: Georgia’s Largest School District Upgrades In-Classroom Technology with NEC Projectors & Displays