Classroom Media Control
Video can be a powerful tool in the classroom.
Studies show that a video presentation causes a dramatically higher rate of information
retention in students than a conventional lecture.
Classrooms of all types are making increasing use of video to support teaching.
For a classroom with a variety of audio/video equipment, our
Video Commander signal routing products
can make it easy for teachers to connect the VCR, DVD or other player to the screen or
projector they need.
Our small-system Beginner Edition bundles are an inexpensive solution, or our
Personal Edition system lets you handle more devices and use Smart Switches
to set up standard routes with a single touch.
For a facility where some of the classroom's audio/video resources are located in a
central media department, our Video Commander Professional Edition allows the
classroom's signals to be controlled by the teacher in the classroom or from
the media department.
And the optional device control features in Video Commander let your video
gear be started, stopped, fast-forwarded, rewound and so on, regardless of whether
the equipment is close to the teacher or on the other side of the building.
Literally hundreds of different makes and models of audio/video devices are
supported for control by the Video Commander device server.
For the use of video in classroom presentations, you should also consider our
VideoTizer digital video presentation system.