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Campus Communications

School-wide information sharing

Benefits

End-to-end communication with digital kiosks and billboards

Instant

Immediate communication

Walk this Way

Wayfinding information

Easy Management

Greater Control

Instant

Instantaneous communication is key for school events, emergency notifications, and even menu board changes in the cafeteria. We provide a simple and efficient way of communicating with students, faculty, and staff—instantly, and across campus.

Walk this Way

Interactive kiosks and wall-mounted signage can help point the way across a sprawling campus. Dynamic building directories can help students locate specific departments, instructors, or classrooms.

Smart Displays

Featuring an Android OS and a tablet-like browsing experience, our smart displays are the perfect interactive kiosk-in-a-box solution. They’re great for guest sign-ins in offices and lobbies, for browsing and ordering items in the bookstore, or anywhere interactive touch is needed.

Your classroom, our products. The perfect fit.
Wayfinding & Information
Manage & Deploy Messages
Signage For Campus

ViewSchool is commited to providing the technology, tools and training to deliver the latest learning advantages.

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School District Drives Change with ViewSonic® ViewBoard® Interactive Displays
Case Study
School District Drives Change with ViewSonic® ViewBoard® Interactive Displays

In 2016, Fenton Area Public Schools’ aging classroom projectors were due for an upgrade. The annual Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) conference provided the perfect venue for Technology Director, Kevin Powers, to investigate alternatives.

While projection was his initial priority, it was impossible for Powers to ignore the many interactive display solutions. As he visited exhibitors, Powers was struck by the profound implications interactive displays could have for tactile learners. Sure, touch technology was more expensive than projection, but it was clearly worth taking a closer look at the potential benefits it offered. What would it be like to enable kids at his schools to manipulate information during the learning process?

Thus, the 2017-18 school year pilot was born. First, Powers and his team put ViewSonic interactive touch displays in nine rooms at Fenton Senior High School. Fourteen rooms got brand new high definition ceiling-mounted projectors. Later, the IT team asked teachers: did anything change for you?

“We wanted to drive change with this investment,” said Powers. “And after talking with each group of teachers, it was clear that nothing changed in the projector rooms.”

In rooms with the ViewSonic interactive display, however, teachers reported profound change. “Kids got out of their seats. They collaborated. Multiple students stood around the display and worked together. Teachers expanded their teaching methods. Positive changes were clearly being driven by the capabilities of the ViewSonic interactive displays. At that point,” said Powers, “we knew we were onto something with this technology.”

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School District Drives Change with ViewSonic® ViewBoard® Interactive Displays
Case Study
School District Drives Change with ViewSonic® ViewBoard® Interactive Displays

In 2016, Fenton Area Public Schools’ aging classroom projectors were due for an upgrade. The annual Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) conference provided the perfect venue for Technology Director, Kevin Powers, to investigate alternatives.

While projection was his initial priority, it was impossible for Powers to ignore the many interactive display solutions. As he visited exhibitors, Powers was struck by the profound implications interactive displays could have for tactile learners. Sure, touch technology was more expensive than projection, but it was clearly worth taking a closer look at the potential benefits it offered. What would it be like to enable kids at his schools to manipulate information during the learning process?

Thus, the 2017-18 school year pilot was born. First, Powers and his team put ViewSonic interactive touch displays in nine rooms at Fenton Senior High School. Fourteen rooms got brand new high definition ceiling-mounted projectors. Later, the IT team asked teachers: did anything change for you?

“We wanted to drive change with this investment,” said Powers. “And after talking with each group of teachers, it was clear that nothing changed in the projector rooms.”

In rooms with the ViewSonic interactive display, however, teachers reported profound change. “Kids got out of their seats. They collaborated. Multiple students stood around the display and worked together. Teachers expanded their teaching methods. Positive changes were clearly being driven by the capabilities of the ViewSonic interactive displays. At that point,” said Powers, “we knew we were onto something with this technology.”

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