Clemson University library unveils classroom of the future

“With a supercomputer connection 10,000 times faster than the typical home Internet connection and a bank of synchronized ultra-high-definition video screens that spans nearly 60-square-feet, the new digital resources laboratory unveiled Thursday at Clemson University is being called a first-of-its-kind “classroom of the future.” The Edgar A. Brown Digital Resources Laboratory at the R.M. Cooper Library offers professors, students and researchers a place to share ideas and enable as many as four remote audiences at a time to collaborate via video conferencing, according to Galen Collier, computational scientist with the university’s campus IT group.” (via The State)

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