The focus for Vivi 1.8 has been about improving the interactive classroom experience. Our evolving-feature set continues to focus on the teacher-student experience, executed with simplicity.
Last month, a group of IT Managers from a range of Victorian independent schools met at Scotch College for the annual Victorian ICT Network for Education (VINE) meeting. Four IT Managers shared their personal experiences of navigating the changes in school IT support over the past ten years and get set for some exciting trends on the horizon.
The Vivi app is intuitive to use and accessing its features are only a couple clicks away.
However, we know teachers are multitaskers and like their students, are ongoing learners of technology.
So, we've prepared three posters for you to hang in your classrooms and meeting spaces to assist staff, students and visitors.
How can you seamlessly integrate Vivi into your daily lesson plans and ensure that it appropriately supports the lesson objectives, curriculum, unit and cross-curriculum priorities, such as Digital Learning?
Here is an example taken from the Humanities discipline area, specifically from the History curriculum, where students are focusing on cultural practices of the Inca Civilization.
The 21st Century classroom promises so much. Fulfilling this promise requires schools to harness the power of in-classroom technology to deliver new and more effective ways of teaching and learning. Wireless presentation systems, which allow teachers and students to mirror their devices to a shared display, go some of the ways to enabling this. But Vivi goes further – it’s been purpose-built for education, with features and functionality designed specifically to help teachers keep students engaged and deliver 21st Century learning outcomes.
Vivi’s new software release 1.7 is pushing the boundaries of education technology. Since we began, our users have always been at the heart of how and why our software evolves. We listen to what you want and we always aim to deliver.
This release is no different. When we planned Vivi 1.7 we asked you what you most wanted to see.
With Vivi 1.7 we’ve combined everything you want with everything we know to move towards what we all want: smarter, more efficient classrooms.
From improved video performance to digital signage solutions, it’s loaded with the features that continue to push the boundaries of education technology.
From its inception, Vivi was created to solve educator’s problems. The initial concept came to Vivi founder Dr Lior Rauchberger when he was asked to recommend a wireless presentation system to a university.
A fortuitous conversation during a social tennis match between Vivi founder Dr Lior Rauchberger and security expert Craig Harwood was the moment of inspiration for a powerful, and potentially lifesaving, feature in Vivi's Wireless Presentation System – the Emergency Broadcast functionality. Harwood remembers it as a classic lightbulb moment.
2017 was a big year for Vivi, with four software releases packed with game-changing features for the education market.
To kick off 2018, we are excited to announce our first software release of the new year that includes our most highly-requested features.