Why Use Audio-Visual Tools?
Using audio-visual presentation materials to communicate meeting information
helps you make an impact and keep your group focused and attentive.
|Using audio-visual presentation materials during meetings:
||speeds learning through maintained participant attention
||improves understanding of concepts by adding a visual component
||makes meeting information interesting and more exciting
SMART Roomware Products Helps Create Dynamic Presentations
for your presentation is easy! With SMART Roomware solutions you can access
computer-based information in the meeting room and incorporate any multimedia
materials into your presentation. For a truly dynamic presentation, show a slide
presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint, play a video clip, access data from the
Internet or run a CD-ROM. After presenting, you can even record audience comments
and concerns on the SMART Board interactive whiteboard! Not only will your material
make an impact, but its variety will help you capture the full attention of
Enhance Presentation Flow
With SMART Expression mobile multimedia cabinet, you can access all of your
multimedia presentation equipment from a single location. No more running back
and forth between your computer, VCR, projector and other equipment you
can focus on your presentation, not your equipment.
Avoid Distracting Handouts
Photocopied meeting materials can be distracting for everyone
during a presentation. There's always at least one audience member who noisily
flips back and forth through the hand-out package. For both the presenter and
the participant, the distraction obscures important points. With the SMART Board
interactive whiteboard, you can display your presentation in a large, easy-to-see
format. After your presentation, simply print and distribute your information.
Record All Feedback Information
The SMART Board interactive whiteboard makes it possible for you to access
computer-based information during your presentation. If a participant makes
a suggestion that you want to remember, simply pick up a pen from the SMART
Pen Tray and record the idea over top of your slide. With the touch of your
finger, save this idea to a file so you can review it after your session.
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