Today’s tech-savvy students and teachers expect to be able to communicate in collaborative environments. To encourage student engagement, classrooms and libraries need technology that can keep up. Sharp can help improve efficiencies, encourage learning from anywhere and optimize workflow and document processes with award winning printers and copiers, collaboration and digital displays, managed print services, managed IT services and more.
There are a number of options for schools and districts hoping to keep learning as consistent as possible–and blended learning features heavily in all scenarios
McCormick County School District, located in South Carolina, had no IT support or data backup and recovery system in place. They also had no way of tracking equipment expenses or printing costs. Sharp was able to provide the necessary solutions for the school to enhance learning and reduce costs.
Libraries may be closed in many districts, but school librarians are using resourcefulness and determination to make sure students are reading
Peters Township School District in PA was looking to improve the quality of education for the district’s students by updating the learning technology used in classrooms throughout the district. They felt that more enhanced learning could be achieved by revamping the classroom technology. Sharp provided standardized technology in every classroom.
Digital signage has numerous benefits for a school district. Students from kindergarten through high school seniors, as well as school staff, can receive helpful and important messages, plus share information.
What impact do open platform interactive displays have on student learning? Find out the advantages for students, instructors and school systems when this technology is available in classrooms.
Edtech is playing a powerful role in hybrid and remote learning as it helps the entire idea of education evolve
Wondering how interactive displays can enhance classroom learning? Don’t just take our word for it. Check out this exclusive interview with eSchool Media as three educational technology experts discuss the benefits of using interactive displays in the classroom.
As COVID made virtual learning a necessity, it also opened educators’ eyes to the possibilities of web-based interactive learning experiences
Classrooms have completely evolved over the past 20 years. They went from blackboards to overhead projectors and flip boards, to whiteboards. When technology like interactive whiteboards were introduced into classrooms, it was a game changer.
Although promising signs indicate the COVID pandemic is becoming more manageable, it’s reasonable to expect the back-to-school season to look different