With large, immersive learning spaces becoming more commonplace in secondary schools, Epson has filled a void with its newly launched projector, the EB-L1070UNL, delivering exceptional brightness and clarity.
As part of a recent technology upgrade, Ashgrove State School has made the switch from interactive whiteboards to Epson’s interactive ultra short throw projectors, encouraging greater levels of student collaboration and enhanced functionality.
When designing its new science building, functionality combined with total cost of ownership led Henley High School to the Epson EB-2250U projector, with 26 units now installed across the school.
Committed to providing innovative, state-of-the-art learning facilities, St John’s Catholic School in Roma, Queensland, recently installed Epson’s interactive projectors in each of its primary classrooms.
Designed to enhance student engagement and inspire imaginations, Coomera Anglican College in Queensland has unveiled The Imaginarium, a unique 360 degree immersive learning space featuring Epson laser projectors.
As today’s students grow in a rapidly changing digital environment, it can be hard for parents and educators to keep up.