For more than 40 years, the Tampa Preparatory School’s educational philosophy has been to instill values of fairness, decency, honor, diligence and academic curiosity in its students. In an effort to make technology as seamless as possible for teachers, the school recently decided to replace the previous cumbersome remote control units in its Active Learning Environments with a new solution.
Washington State University (WSU) recently decided to create a dedicated area on its Tri-Cities Campus located in Richland, WA where students and faculty could work on projects together, collaborate with others outside of their majors, conduct study groups and host small classes.
The John Jay College Of Criminal Justice (CUNY) included several small-group study rooms within the Lloyd Sealy Library in Haaren Hall, but their dated furniture, and lack of technology held little appeal for students.
Waldner’s Business Environments was hired to design a multi-use conference/ training/ collaboration space. After some research, they decided that FSR’s HuddleVU Flex system offered the flexibility, ease-of-use and high-end feel that their client required.
Straz Center for the Performing Arts was built in 1926 and recently recognized that its 10-year old complicated and costly control system had aged far beyond maturity to obsolescence. It needed to be replaced…
The staff at the Muhlenberg College wanted to optimize every bit of space on their very traditional campus by creating an area where students could heighten their learning experience as well as work together in smaller
assignment oriented groups.
Watch this fascinating video about how the tech team at Muhlenberg College transformed an unused space in to a technology-rich collaboration/group study room that both students and faculty can use at any time, unaided.
FSR’s HuddleVU Collaboration System Influences Behavior in a Pre-K through Grade 8 Environment at the Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart.
Audio Visual and control systems must promise flexibility and reliability whenever needed. FSR’s FLEX seamlessly connects large multi-use spaces for San Joaquin Office of Education’s Excel Academy.
FSR’s FLEX is the solution for an over the top renovation of Oregon Museum of Science and Industry’s domed theater.
Northeastern University has used FSR floor boxes as their default
connectivity solution for years.