Interactive Displays

University Technology Innovation of the Year

Stevens Institute of Technology prides itself on being at the forefront of technology, but in its virtual and blended classrooms, teachers struggled with dated videoconferencing and whiteboard setups. By introducing Samsung’s interactive displays, Stevens effectively bridges professors and students with their remote peers. Teachers appreciate the display’s annotation capabilities, content sharing, screen mirroring, recording features, and versatility. With enhanced in-person and virtual collaboration students are reporting higher engagement and leadership says “the display has made teaching hybrid classes completely effortless.”

Jake Williams

Written by Jake Williams

Jake Williams is the vice president of content and community for StateScoop & EdScoop at Scoop News Group. Williams has spent nearly a decade in the government IT market, covering the ins-and-outs of state and local government as well as higher education. Williams started his journalism career in regional journalism in his native Pennsylvania, and also worked as a reporter for Campaigns & Elections magazine.

Latest Podcasts