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Projectors vs. Flat Panels – What to know to save time and money

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Even projection display hardware needs to be evaluated through the lens of its impact on student learning. Educators know that interactive collaboration impacts the classroom environment by shifting the mode of teaching and increasing student engagement.

What are the key factors that districts should be aware of when choosing new classroom display options? 

In this white paper you will learn:

  • Why display size matters – the 4/6/8 Rule
  • The impact of interactivity on student engagement
  • Creating a cost-effective digital ecosystem that supports learning

Click here to read the full white paper.

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