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Audio Visual Classroom Expert, IVCi, Discusses How Higher Education Can Benefit from Audio Visual Technology
Wednesday, August 21, 2019

HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., Aug. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- In recent years, audio-visual technology has transformed the traditional college lecture hall, starting with better audio systems and high-quality presentation screens, evolving into the potential for more visual, compelling lessons than ever before. The benefits from audio visual technology are spread across all industries, but the effects of quality AV tech on college campuses are perhaps the most valuable. Audio visual classroom expert, IVCi, discusses how higher education can benefit from audio visual technology. Read on below for more information.

    --  Enhanced curriculum: Audiovisual technology allows professors to
        incorporate more compelling imagery, create more dynamic presentations,
        and expand the classroom around the globe. Enhancing the higher
        education curriculum keeps students interested in the lesson, increasing
        their information retention rate and leading to better performance
        during class discussions and on exams. In addition, interacting with and
        becoming accustomed to using audiovisual technology in a classroom
        setting gives students the valuable opportunity to familiarize
        themselves with AV equipment they will likely be using in their careers
        following graduation.
    --  Interactive lessons: Diversifying lesson presentations with sounds,
        images, figures, and interactive bits allows students to become involved
        in their lectures and discussions first hand, keeping attention on the
        task at hand and increasing their chance of remembering crucial
        information. Interactive lessons are a valuable tool for educators, as
        they can be engaging for both the professor and the students, leading to
        more in-depth discussions and a deeper understanding between classroom
        authority figures and students. Interacting with students through
        memorable visuals and sounds, as well as in-class activities and
        impromptu discussions, will help them pay attention in class, and maybe
        even look forward to attending.
    --  Clear communication: Creating a well-made, engaging, and communicative
        presentation is a critical skill in the workforce, and most college
        professors have one for every lesson. Communicating with your audience
        is a key part of creating a presentation, and AV technology gives
        presenters the power to clearly communicate their points through visual
        and auditory aids. Although professors are likely accustomed to creating
        such presentation experiences, AV technology can also aid in students'
        understanding of what clear communication is and teach them how they can
        apply it to their own presentations, both in class and at work.
    --  Ability to reach students with various learning methods: Every student
        learns differently and while it can be a challenge for some students to
        absorb anything from an hour-long lecture without a presentation, others
        will thrive in that learning environment. However, those students might
        thrive in a highly visual and interactive classroom, while the lecture
        students struggle to understand key points. All-in-all, there are
        different ways people learn, and using AV technology, professors can
        account for various different learning styles in their lessons to ensure
        students are absorbing content effectively and correctly.

AV technology has its place in higher education as an essential learning and teaching tool. Find out how incorporating audio visual technology into your campus can transform the way your students learn and enter the workforce.

IVCi Video Conferencing Solutions Company is a global technology leader for standardized, yet scalable, Collaborative Meeting Spaces, Unified Communications, Video Conferencing, Cloud Based Services and industry leading back-end Managed Services. We partner with you to set a Collaboration & Migration Strategy, which includes identifying, deploying, and managing the ideal technology mix to improve your business' bottom line and support the most ambitious ROI models that support and justify your investments.

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