Based in Merseyside, Educare AV Services has been supplying and installing a wide range of audio visual equipment for education for a number of years.
From digital projectors through to Smartboards, all of our class teaching solutions are installed to the highest of standards, at a competitive price
We maintain the lowest prices possible on all audio and visual equipment. Contact us today for the best prices available.
Advancement and successful use of all forms of modern interactive technology - in general - depends on smart usable designs/systems that are adaptable, do not require expensive training, accommodate the needs of diverse users and are low cost. Thus, there is an increasing pressure for applying innovative approaches, which are particularly human-/user-centred, to the design and delivery of technological solutions and applications.
Utilising interactive technology (that specifically meet such criteria) in education - specially - has an impressive impact on introducing and advancing a more flexible and innovative smart education. This is desperately sought after in the digital age, due to the increasing number of various education users and the limited resources available to meet such diversity in user needs, demands, background, expectations, skills, ages, abilities and cultural differences.
Is a picture really worth a thousand words? In this age of multimedia and mass communication, it often seems so. Recent research supports the idea that visual communication can be more powerful than verbal communication, suggesting in many instances that people learn and retain information that is presented to them visually much better than that which is only provided verbaly.
Charts, diagrams, tables, graphs and other visual interpretations of material bring together the visual and the verbal to add another dimension to the material and create an entirely new path toward understanding—or “seeing”—its meaning. Retention of information three days after a meeting or other event is six times greater when information is presented by visual and oral means than when the information is presented by the spoken word alone.