AV Furniture is Bridging the Gap Between Digital and Personal

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Classroom Engagement with NOVA Solutions

Posted by Lauren Moffett on Mon, Apr, 29, 2013 @ 11:04 AM

In our world of limitless technology, it seems that the average teacher is fighting for the attentions of individuals who have the world and more at their fingertips. Whether that is through their phones, computer access, or various other sources of technology that allows a student’s mind to wander, the teacher is no longer just an instructor of information. Teacher’s are filters and need to be prepared to work very hard for engagement in their classrooms. Being able to control and filter what is being received is a large part of this process; teachers, professors, and school planners are noticing that the physical classroom is a key component in keeping the attentions of their students.

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Topics: technology, furniture technology, classroom engagement

Increase Productivity With NOVA

Posted by Lauren Moffett on Fri, Apr, 26, 2013 @ 10:04 AM

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Topics: Classroom, furniture technology, nova

Optimal Workstation Ergonomics: 10 Key Considerations

Posted by Jerry Doll on Fri, Mar, 15, 2013 @ 14:03 PM

Workstation ergonomics mean adjusting the furniture and technology to fit the worker in the most comfortable, healthy manner. The human physique has many variables. Putting positive ergonomic principles to work can help avert many negative consequences such as back injuries, carpal tunnel syndrome and eye strain.

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Topics: workstation ergonomics, furniture technology, ergonomics

Furniture Technology: The View From The Top

Posted by Jerry Doll on Fri, Dec, 14, 2012 @ 09:12 AM

Today’s marketplace dictates training flexibility and fast response times in getting staff up to speed on new products and procedures. Similarly, training furniture technology has to be up to the task. Corporate and educational training professionals require an environment that’s already apace with the technology required to educate efficiently. The purpose of training furniture is to substantially facilitate the learning process, while at the same time remaining unobtrusive and not interfering with the teaching process.

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Topics: training furniture, furniture technology

Are You Keeping Pace With Furniture Technology?

Posted by Jerry Doll on Wed, Nov, 07, 2012 @ 11:11 AM

What does modern furniture look like to you? Do you think of innovative materials, minimalist or artistic design or sleek surfaces? Furniture technology is rapidly evolving to accommodate our busy lifestyles and the electronics we work with. New designs can: 

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Topics: modern furniture, furniture technology

The Ultimate Office Wish List: Furniture Technology

Posted by Jerry Doll on Fri, Oct, 19, 2012 @ 14:10 PM

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Topics: office furniture, furniture technology

Nova's Furniture Technology Can Increase Classroom Productivity

Posted by Lauren Moffett on Fri, Oct, 05, 2012 @ 10:10 AM

In today’s economic state and in an environment of scarce resources, educators have to do more with less in their teaching environments.  Students, and their parents, have higher expectations than ever before even though institutions have to run their campuses on less budget allocations each year. Staff and faculty productivity have always been monitored, but now productivity is being expanded to a broader level. One of the resources that is now being scrutinized for productivity at a heightened level is facility or space productivity. Educators are looking at classrooms or instructional space, not only for unit productivity (for example, fitting the maximum number of students in a classroom), but space is also being analyzed on the multi-usage capabilities of spaces for maximum space productivity.  

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Topics: Classroom, furniture technology, nova

Promote Engagement in the Classroom through Furniture Technology

Posted by Lauren Moffett on Fri, Sep, 28, 2012 @ 16:09 PM

In our world of limitless technology, it seems that the average teacher is fighting for the attentions of individuals who have the world and more at their fingertips. Whether that is through their phones, computer access, or various other sources of technology that allows a student’s mind to wander, the teacher is no longer just an instructor of information. Teacher’s are filters and need to be prepared to work very hard for engagement in their classrooms. Being able to control and filter what is being received is a large part of this process; teachers, professors, and school planners are noticing that the physical classroom is a key component in keeping the attentions of their students.

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Topics: technology, furniture technology, classroom engagement