Traditional “chalk and talk” teaching methods that suited previous generations may not necessarily be effective for students who were born in the digital age. Educating digitally savvy students requires more interaction, visual learning, and collaborative activities, and thus demands more sophisticated technology. At the same time, to work well in classrooms, the technology must be reliable and require minimum maintenance.
In this white paper, we show how the NEXCOM OPS media player NDiS M324, based on the Intel® Celeron® processor J1900, meets the above requirements. We demonstrate how the NDiS M324’s computing and graphics capabilities enable more modern teaching methods, enrich teaching materials, and encourage participation in the classroom and beyond. We also explain how NDiS M324’s OPS form factor, fanless design, and out-of-band remote manageability enhance reliability and ease of use while reducing maintenance costs.