With a campus in Camberwell East, St Dominic’s School has focused on providing high quality education to its students for over 90 years. The school is dedicated to living out their school motto, Veritas, in everything they do, following Dominican traditions of love of learning, a search for truth, a development of each unique person to their full potential, an appreciation for culture and a striving for excellence. As such, St Dominic’s strives to cultivate an encouraging, supportive learning environment where students can safely engage with a challenging, thought-provoking curriculum. St Dominic’s values its commitment to implementing innovative learning and teaching paradigms, and acknowledges the importance of technology in allowing them to do so.
St Dominic’s School worked with DIB in transforming their seven of their classroom systems, injecting some interactivity into their lessons.
All of the classrooms saw the installation of an EPSON EB-695Wi interactive projector. As the projector is interactive, students and staff can use their fingers or the projector’s special pens to interact with the displays, essentially turning the whiteboard into a giant touch screen. This interactive technology can be used to create a more hands-on lesson, improving student engagement in the classroom. This is supported by the projector’s 3,500 ANSI lumens of brightness output, as vibrant, ultra-bright images are perfect for interactive displays. The projector is also notable for how easy it is to set up, since the projector is self-calibrating, letting the teacher get on with the lesson without worry.
DIB re-integrated the new AV system with an existing audio system, acting as a form of audio reinforcement for the classrooms.
An existing Joey 6 control panel was re-programmed to suit the changes made to the new system. This involved re-doing button labels and the panel front.
The projector also features advanced networking capability, which lets users monitor, control and present content from a remote location, as well as broad connectivity options, including HDMI and USB display. DIB further fitted two wall plates. First is a USB wall input plate specifically for interactive display, which allows a laptop to connect to the interactive projector and fully utilise the in-built touch features, such as saving notes from the projector to a USB stick. The second is a laptop and HDMI input plate, which also lets users connect their external device straight to the projector.
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