Professor Koike: If you are using a projector of CCNA training that is suspended from the ceiling, what should you do when you cannot connect? For example, the video may stop.
If it doesn’t look right, you have to pull the cable, but if you have the projector at hand, you can get an alternative right away. I thought that this projector should be simple and light, including dealing with such troubles. After that, I’m worried about the price.
Mr. Fan: It’s an open price, but the actual price is around 120,000 yen (as of March 2020).
Professor Koike: If Android is installed, the focus is short and the brightness is 3,300 lumens, I think that around 120,000 is the ideal price. The wages and various functions will get higher and higher.
Mr. Fan: We would like to continue to talk to teachers in the field of education in CCNA training such as Professor Kosakai and Professor Koike to further enhance the accelerating ICT implementation in school sites through BenQ products. I am. Thank you for your various opinions today.
Supporting educational settings with advanced projectors
BenQ’s short-focus smart projector “EW800ST” is light and easy to carry, and connects various devices wirelessly regardless of OS and shape. In addition, it has many merits such as being able to display and modify data with a single USB memory without using a PC.
I hear that during school breaks, children sometimes run all at once, hook their feet on some kind of cable, fall, or drop their equipment. After all, the number of cables attached to ICT equipment is as small as possible, and if possible, wireless will be a big advantage.
At the same time as the progress of equipment, the utilization method also evolves. What can be achieved inside and outside the school with the simply evolved projector “EW800ST” equipped with the necessary functions? It was hoped that the rich imagination and creativity of teachers and students would further evolve this product.
An educational ICT expert group consisting mainly of 12 prominent educators who are active to propose “new learning” through educational ICT. We have set up “teachers TV” on YouTube, inviting teachers, students, and educators as guests to distribute weekly information on new ICT practices and initiatives in the field of education in CCNA course. Already, the number of videos delivered has exceeded 220, and the number of registered users has reached about 2,500.