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Edtech Buyer's Guide: interactive screens

There is no hiding from technology in our everyday lives and for years there has been a battle to keep personal devices out of the classroom in order to keep our students focused.

Today’s classrooms need to support the development of skills such as teamwork, leadership and effective communication, while ensuring the pathways to engage with information doesn’t just benefit one learning style, but many.

But as those in the younger generation instinctively reach for technology devices and even try to interact with non-touch displays, how can educators and classrooms use this to their advantage?

Tap into dynamic possibilities

Interactive flat panels (IFP) have been in existence for well over two decades and integrated into all levels including primary schools, secondary schools and institutions of higher learning, but the features of IFPs have advanced instrumentally.

It’s now possible to access documents from anywhere on the campus, create healthy and engaging environments and monitor activity from remote locations. Putting confidence back into both educators and students, BenQ’s latest RP Series addresses the challenges faced in the modern learning space and taps into dynamic learning and teaching possibilities.

Rapid documents

Studies have shown that on average it takes a lesson six minutes to begin. Whether this is due to the register call, outside interruptions or misplaced paperwork, it can be a distraction to the focus of the session.   

BenQ’s IFPs support multi-account management by allowing users to directly access any IFP on the campus. Users simply scan a BenQ-designed NFC card against the display to access their personal workspaces without requiring a password. Downloading and uploading documents, managing personal system-settings, accessing network drives and cloud storage space, such as Google Drive and Dropbox has never been so readily accessible.

Instantly launching all the key tools in one hub, educators have the ability to swiftly move between a variety of input sources using BenQ’s SwitchQ, further streamlining the start of the lesson.

Remove note-taking and encourage collaboration

Note-taking or copying text from a board has always been a favoured method, however, now digital notes can be sent to students via email, students are provided with the opportunity to put their pens down and reach for their personal devices.

Creating a collaborative environment, BenQ’s EZWrite application streamlines discussions, making it smoother than ever for teachers and students to share ideas, notes and opinions as though they are annotating on the same whiteboard.

The cloud whiteboard is also interoperable via an app on mobile devices. Students therefore can download the app and instantly collect, categorise, edit and share notes from their device, whether that’s in the classroom or remotely. Note-taking will no longer be a disinteresting or mundane way of absorbing information.

Ok Saffi

Using voice assistant controls, educators have the flexibility to move fluidly around the room, while still interacting with the whiteboard to find information off the internet or start a timer. Voice assistance is secure via a cloud-based program, ensuring students do not gain access to the controls.

Create a healthy learning environment

Keeping the attention of the class is sometimes out of the control of the teacher. Poor air-quality, illnesses and uncomfortable lighting are all a contributing factor to a distracted class.

BenQ recognises these are generally difficult to measure or contain, however, with the inclusion of an air-quality sensor, smart eyecare technology and a germ-resistant screen into the IFP, educations are able to make slight adjustments to the room.

Using technology to your advantage

Reducing time, increasing productivity and incorporating new teaching styles, the interactive boards are there to play to your advantage. If you want to learn more about new ways of engaging your students through the use of technology, speak to BenQ for a demonstration on bquk.demo@benq.com or visit www.benq.co.uk


To find out more about BenQ email: bquk.demo@benq.com or visit: www.benq.co.uk

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Creating a healthy learning environment for students

Both the Mainstream and Premium panels from BenQ boast a smart eye-care solution with an intuitive embedded motion sensor. For a comfortable viewing experience, the IFPs will automatically activate flicker-free, anti-glare and low blue light features by detecting the movement of users close to the screen. However, the BenQ Premium panels are also equipped with a germ-resistant screen which is powered by a multi-layer coating of a non-toxic enduring nano, ionic silver agent that kills germs accumulating on screen surfaces. The ionic silver’s antimicrobial feature remains effective even after thorough cleaning or long periods of use. The Premium panels also incorporate an air-quality sensor to help monitor CO2 concentration levels in classrooms and reminds teachers to adopt necessary mechanisms to keep CO2 at an ideal level. This thoughtful design ensures students can remain highly productive during class, whilst enjoying a much healthier learning environment.

Facilitate teaching with a user-friendly design

The new IFP panels integrate the repositioned front-facing audio speakers with a screen-length curved pen tray. The two front-facing 16W speakers create better sound transmission and bring more audio-visual enjoyment to interactive learning. The curved pen tray offers a useful place to store the IFP stylus and other tools that help enrich presentations without interruption. Furthermore, the BenQ Premium panels support a personalised multi-account management system (AMS), which allows users to directly access their personal IFP desktop, folders and major cloud storage services. BenQ understands the value of ergonomics and has introduced a new launcher platform for the Premium panels with a spotlight/laser pointer, to help teachers build a dynamic learning environment with ease.

Boosting collaboration and active learning

BenQ’s new range of IFPs also feature InstaQShare software, which is designed for seamless wireless presentation and collaboration. It allows for smooth streaming of both visual and audio files, including HD quality video, plus users can mirror content from mobile devices and invite up to 16 participants. The range also supports multi-touch capability up to 20 points, allowing more students to participate in discussion and engage in activities. The panels are also equipped with EZWrite annotation software, which is designed to illustrate ideas, record notes and brainstorming. It also comes with dual pens that allow users to write or draw in different colours simultaneously, plus intelligent handwriting recognition features. BenQ’s latest premium line of Interactive Flat Panels will be available from Q1 2019. Come and see the new BenQ Interactive Flat Panel range, in addition to its collection of education solutions at Bett Show (23-26 January 2019 at ExCeL London) on stand B180. [post_title] => BenQ Enhances its line of Interactive Flat Panels for the education market [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => closed [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => benq-enhances-its-line-of-interactive-flat-panels-for-the-education-market [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-01-14 11:02:57 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-01-14 11:02:57 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://edtechnology.co.uk/dashboard2/?post_type=articles&p=7968 [menu_order] => 1114 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw ) ) [post_count] => 2 [current_post] => -1 [in_the_loop] => [post] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 18412 [post_author] => 77 [post_date] => 2019-10-04 00:00:24 [post_date_gmt] => 2019-10-03 23:00:24 [post_content] =>

Edtech Buyer's Guide: interactive screens

There is no hiding from technology in our everyday lives and for years there has been a battle to keep personal devices out of the classroom in order to keep our students focused.

Today’s classrooms need to support the development of skills such as teamwork, leadership and effective communication, while ensuring the pathways to engage with information doesn’t just benefit one learning style, but many.

But as those in the younger generation instinctively reach for technology devices and even try to interact with non-touch displays, how can educators and classrooms use this to their advantage?

Tap into dynamic possibilities

Interactive flat panels (IFP) have been in existence for well over two decades and integrated into all levels including primary schools, secondary schools and institutions of higher learning, but the features of IFPs have advanced instrumentally.

It’s now possible to access documents from anywhere on the campus, create healthy and engaging environments and monitor activity from remote locations. Putting confidence back into both educators and students, BenQ’s latest RP Series addresses the challenges faced in the modern learning space and taps into dynamic learning and teaching possibilities.

Rapid documents

Studies have shown that on average it takes a lesson six minutes to begin. Whether this is due to the register call, outside interruptions or misplaced paperwork, it can be a distraction to the focus of the session.   

BenQ’s IFPs support multi-account management by allowing users to directly access any IFP on the campus. Users simply scan a BenQ-designed NFC card against the display to access their personal workspaces without requiring a password. Downloading and uploading documents, managing personal system-settings, accessing network drives and cloud storage space, such as Google Drive and Dropbox has never been so readily accessible.

Instantly launching all the key tools in one hub, educators have the ability to swiftly move between a variety of input sources using BenQ’s SwitchQ, further streamlining the start of the lesson.

Remove note-taking and encourage collaboration

Note-taking or copying text from a board has always been a favoured method, however, now digital notes can be sent to students via email, students are provided with the opportunity to put their pens down and reach for their personal devices.

Creating a collaborative environment, BenQ’s EZWrite application streamlines discussions, making it smoother than ever for teachers and students to share ideas, notes and opinions as though they are annotating on the same whiteboard.

The cloud whiteboard is also interoperable via an app on mobile devices. Students therefore can download the app and instantly collect, categorise, edit and share notes from their device, whether that’s in the classroom or remotely. Note-taking will no longer be a disinteresting or mundane way of absorbing information.

Ok Saffi

Using voice assistant controls, educators have the flexibility to move fluidly around the room, while still interacting with the whiteboard to find information off the internet or start a timer. Voice assistance is secure via a cloud-based program, ensuring students do not gain access to the controls.

Create a healthy learning environment

Keeping the attention of the class is sometimes out of the control of the teacher. Poor air-quality, illnesses and uncomfortable lighting are all a contributing factor to a distracted class.

BenQ recognises these are generally difficult to measure or contain, however, with the inclusion of an air-quality sensor, smart eyecare technology and a germ-resistant screen into the IFP, educations are able to make slight adjustments to the room.

Using technology to your advantage

Reducing time, increasing productivity and incorporating new teaching styles, the interactive boards are there to play to your advantage. If you want to learn more about new ways of engaging your students through the use of technology, speak to BenQ for a demonstration on bquk.demo@benq.com or visit www.benq.co.uk


To find out more about BenQ email: bquk.demo@benq.com or visit: www.benq.co.uk

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