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Take a 360-degree look inside a classroom and a media production studio during a virtual tour of the new technologies being used at The King’s Academy (TKA), a K-12 faith-based private school in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Use a Samsung Gear VR headset or VR-capable smartphone to join Daniel Rodriguez, CTO of technology solutions provider United Data Technologies, for a look at how the school’s educators and students are using interactive whiteboards and digital signage displays and software.
You can hear from a teacher and students how interactive whiteboards in classrooms are elevating the learning experience and driving collaboration.
Rodriguez also takes viewers inside TKA’s media production studio, to show how students use Samsung’s MagicInfo digital signage content management software to develop and distribute messaging for screens located all around the sprawling campus.
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