College of Science Offers New Interactive Learning Techniques

Available at: http://www.rit.edu/news/?v=46152

It takes a lot to get high schoolers excited about the use of technology in college these days.  Yet RIT’s College of Science found a way to impress high school students with a simple idea to wallpaper classrooms with images, movement and sound using digitally networked projectors.  RIT is inspiring professors across campus to dive into a new way of teaching. Collaborations are ongoing with researchers in the B. Thomas College of Information and Computing Sciences, the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences and the College of Liberal Arts.

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One Response to College of Science Offers New Interactive Learning Techniques

  1. Angelina says:

    Audience Response System is used to increase the retention of trainees and can get the immediate feedback from delegates. To provide the interactive learning we can use this audience response system which works electronically.

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