Denver school deploys high-tech digital signage

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Kent Denver School announced today the opening of the Duncan Center, "a 21st century learning facility that provides modern instructional and collaboration design elements, technology to enable student-to-student connections around the world, and facilities to help close the digital divide," according to the school.

Through Kent Denver's partnership with Breakthrough Kent Denver, students from several of the city's underfunded public middle schools will share use of this facility and learn to take advantage of digital learning and resources, the school said today in an announcement. Kent Denver School is located in the Denver suburb of Englewood, Colo.

One of the key elements of the new Duncan Center is digital signage connecting students to a variety of real-time information around the globe, including live news, satellite weather systems, school-related announcements, Teens4Oceans-designed underwater cameras and more, the school said. Students also will be able to use a touchscreen sign to schedule and coordinate learning team activities in the eight Collaboration Rooms located in the center.

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