Jamboard, Google’s 55” digital whiteboard, innovates the classroom experience in many ways. Cloud connectivity allows educators to use Google Search and pop in web content and images to the notes they take in front of the class. G Suite integration connects Jamboard to your Google Drive - educators can add any document, including slides, to the board and present to the class and annotate on them.
Google’s G Suite apps (Drive, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Sites) are standard productivity tools for many schools and universities. The collaborative nature of these tools allow students to be creators, rather than just consumers of information. They offer students the opportunity to be engaged with the material they learn. All the apps are sourced and stored in the cloud so using G Suite is as easy as using the internet.
Higher education in any form is an immersive learning experience. Students are expected to gain critical thinking and analytical reasoning skills, and also be knowledgeable of real world applications like ethics, decision making and teamwork.
The way we approach K-12 education is changing. As schools are implementing new technological devices into students’ day to day learning, technology is becoming more essential to the framework of the classroom.
Grant Cardone is an entrepreneur, sales trainer, and real estate mogul. He currently owns $566M in real estate and multi-family properties. He uses his expertise to teach classes, speak at conferences, and host weekly live streams for his hundreds of thousands of subscribers. Google Jamboard is the tool he uses to illustrate the do's and dont's of real estate investing.
Technological advancements are afoot in the architecture and real estate industry. Architecture firms use rapidly evolving technology to innovate the way they design.
An effective visual identity that accurately reflects of the spirit of a brand is important for any firm, but it is particularly critical for designers. Your website, graphics and advertisements all form a backbone of your main feature -- the fashions. Just like your designs, your visual identity makes a statement about your style.
When you own a design business, you have to be efficient in order to successfully complete your projects on time. Of course, you don’t want to cut corners on your actual designs, but there are ways to save time on other aspects of running a business. If you’re interested in improving your workflow by adjusting the way you deal with everything from client communication to organization, here are some tips for you.
By Vincent Kao, NEXT.0 Senior Creative Director
A successful creative proposal needs to first integrate everyone’s ideas
One of the biggest frustrations in advertising is how much the proposal changes with each stakeholder. Everyone thinks they know what the client wants and they continuously change their ideas only to realize that the client has a very different direction in mind.