Digital Content (KG-12)
The functions of computer labs have changed over the years from general computer instruction to technology labs with intensive program-specific software. While classes were once taught in computer labs to instruct students in the use of basic computing tasks such as word and data processing, computer labs are now used by students for program-specific software for technology driven applications.
Some of these programs include animation, graphic design, programming, architectural drafting, and industrial design. The list of available programs and their range of functions has also greatly increased over the past few years and computer labs are now often used by students for their powerful and expensive program-specific software.
Because of the increased diversity in terms of their functions, computer labs in schools may no longer be referred to as simply computer labs. Computer labs may employ new titles to describe the specific functions of each lab, such as a graphics or animation Lab, as different labs are directed towards accomplishing particular purposes.
The digital classroom solution uses in-built content bank comprising of 2D-3D images and multimedia content of almost all subjects which makes the learning process more interactive, student centered & enjoyable. It completely replaces traditional teaching system of blackboard & chalk in the most economical way.