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1-4 February 2022

Education and TrainingISE’s offerings can stimulate learning in classrooms, lecture halls or training rooms

Audiovisual technology has played an important role in introducing educators and students to new modes of learning.

The pandemic saw a rapid growth in the deployment of online learning, as lectures and classes couldn’t be held in person. But this isn’t the only education trend that’s been supported by AV technology.

For a number of years now, classrooms and lecture rooms have been progressing beyond the old ‘chalk and talk’ model. Interactive projection boards or large format displays are the central focus of the room, not only displaying the lecturer or teacher’s writing but also integrating other sources including camera feeds, online videos and specialised educational software. Students can also interact with the main display by means of wireless connection with their own devices. Not only does this lead to a much richer experience, it also enables more flexible and personalised styles of learning.

As well as schools, colleges and universities, these solutions can also be used in boardrooms and training rooms within large corporates or SMEs – anywhere, in fact, where education or training takes place.

At ISE 2022, your first port of call should be the Unified Communications and Education Technology Zone in Hall 2. This hosts providers of all kinds of solutions for education, including:

  • Interactive displays and associated software
  • Collaboration tables and lecterns
  • Wireless presentation and collaboration systems

However, it’s also worth looking elsewhere on the show floor, where you can find exhibitors that serve education alongside other vertical markets. Among these are:

  • Major projector and display manufacturers
  • Visual collaboration providers

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ISE 2022 will also see the launch of our Digital Learning Summit. This conference will look at the strategies, learning models and trends that are driving the deployment of digital learning technologies in universities, schools, corporate bodies and training facilities.

SCHOMS is the professional body for senior managers working in higher education in the UK and Ireland. For the past eleven years, ISE has organised a Special Interest Group with SCHOMS; this involves members of the group visiting the show, having guided show floor tours and receiving dedicated presentations from exhibitors.