Learning Lab named AV News Education Project of the YearMonday 15 February 2016
Hope’s Learning Lab facilities have been awarded the AV News Education Project of the Year at the Integrated Systems Europe Conference.
Pure AV, one of the developers who worked with the University to develop the Lab, put forward the nomination and picked up the first place prize.
Officially unveiled in October, the Lab was recognised as the best the AV industry has to offer in the Education sector.
It has been designed with students in mind and utilises wireless technology and collaboration tools to adopt new approaches to teamwork and innovation.
Students will be free to bring their own devices to the space and will be able to research, create and share their work using the centrally controlled display screens and dynamic switching technology.
The space can be used to facilitate cross-group, whole room and remote collaboration. These modern technologies, teamed with 'old school' classroom technologies, create an environment that is adaptable and instantly useable for everyone.
Picture: Director of Learning and Teaching Development Dr Nicholas Almond and Learning Technologist David Aldridge with the trophy.