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2014

Proposal Part 2: Interactive Workshop

PREPARED MARCH 2014


NU INTEGRATION TEAM

NU INTEGRATION | Northeastern University

PROPOSAL PART 2: INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP

Purpose
We at NU Integration propose that educational workshops on how to use the new interactive InFocus smart projector should be held as a continuation of the informational graphics previous developed. This workshop could include short commercials during morning video announcements. This type of broadcast would be beneficial in gaining public awareness of the technology and necessary interest from both the students and faculty. Gaining buy-in from the end users is imperative for a successful integration of the InFocus projectors into the classroom.

Objective
The following proposal will outline potential media/workshop ideas. Each commercial thats developed should have an associated workshop, allowing teachers to learn how to use features in the video.

Ideas
The next several pages will contain potential commercial/workshop presentation ideas that can easily be implemented in afterschool programs or even in-school seminar based atmospheres.

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PROPOSAL PART 2: INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP

Commercial Idea #1: Each student using computer from cart of macs Teacher in background Billy has interesting document to show Connects device to project -> whole class can now interact!

COME LEARN WITH US!

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PROPOSAL PART 2: INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP Commercial Idea #4 by Sam Chandler: Students starting a lab in science class Lots of instructions are written on the board but no one is paying attention. Pan over to a class with INFOCUS, there are pictures accompanied with steps for the lab. Everyone is paying attention because of the appealing lab presentation done with the projector.

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PROPOSAL PART 2: INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP Commercial Idea #3: SEAMLESS HANDS-ON TEACHER-STUDENT ASSISTANCE

Student is working on an assignment in class Student is stuck an requires assistance on a problem Student calls teacher over to assist Teacher begins to explain the problem and help student Teacher remotely navigates through a powerpoint or other learning materials to aide in helping the student

What this shows: This commercial conveys the convenience of being able to directly assist a student while controlling teaching material without ever leaving the student's side. This increases the comfort level between the teacher and student and eliminates wasted time spent traveling to and from the computer in the front of the classroom.

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