Ave Maria College in Aberfeldie recently completed an exciting new classroom extension and refurbishment project. The project comprised the addition of 16 new learning spaces across three levels.
The ground floor is dedicated to science and includes four new science and research labs. A preferred technology for many learning rooms, Epson EB-595Wi interactive finger touch projection systems were installed in these spaces.
The Vaddio RoboSHOT 12 QDVI Camera system was installed in the science lab, allowing teachers and students to monitor work bench activities live through the display of the projector as well as multiple Samsung DB55E LED panels throughout the space.
Level 1 includes six new collaborative learning spaces. All spaces have been installed with Samsung ED75D full HD LED touch screens. All LED displays are equipped with on board PC modules running Windows operating systems. Multiple source connections were provided for laptop, gaming, iPad/iPod connections also. Audio is streamed via Australian Monitor QM5 in-ceiling flush mount speakers.
Level 2 comprises of two Art Studios and two Visual Communications spaces. Epson EB-595Wi projectors were also been installed here. A Media Hub on level 2 was fit out with a home theatre system that included a Samsung QM85D 85” LED display, & BOSE Acoustimass10 surround sound audio system.
Three new and innovative Vivi wireless collaboration systems have been installed in selected learning spaces. The new and exciting Vivi collaboration tool, created and designed locally and specifically for schools adds a new dimension to the collaborative classroom. Powerful JUNO digital sound systems were also installed as fixed wall mount systems in many spaces, or as portable systems in others. A total of eighteen systems were supplied.
In addition to the new North Wing extensions, five other new Samsung ED75D LED touch screens were installed to upgrade existing classrooms.
Ave Maria College under the guidance of Allan Thompson and his team have been at the forefront of education technology for many years now. The new Mary Wing Extension project is just another shining example of how Ave Maria College continues to be at the forefront of education technology.