Price per delegate: €590
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What will you learn
Sony Vision Exchange is an intuitive teaching and training aid with a wide variety of features for educators and professional presenters.
This course will show you how set up, manage, and control a complete Vision Exchange environment, offering support for users on a day-to-day basis as well as providing detailed technical assistance to training, education, and presentation establishments that are using Vision Exchange.
Who should attend
The course is relevant to in-house IT support professionals wanting to provide technical support for environments using Sony Vision Exchange.
The Sony Vision Exchange architecture
The course starts with an explanation of the various elements of Vision Exchange and what each element does.
- Typical active learning classroom.
- Teacher/Presentation/Lecture Mode.
- Group Discussion Mode.
- Student/Group Presentation workflow.
Starting up Vision Exchange
This part of the course will explain how to start up Vision Exchange, and set up for a training, active learning or presentation session.
- Starting up the Vision Exchange unit.
- Connecting HDMI devices to Vision Exchange.
- Connecting smart devices to Vision Exchange.
- Setting up an initial screen layout.
- Loading whiteboard material.
- Starting a session.
Navigating the Vision Exchange interface
Vision Exchange offers an intuitive user interface. This part of the course shows how to get the best from this interface, with effective use of the various elements.
- The main screen.
- Using a second screen or projector.
- Elements of the interface.
- Active learning Pods.
- Lecturer content thumbnail view.
- The control panel.
Whiteboarding & Annotating
This part of the course explains how digital whiteboards can be used with Vision Exchange.
- Setting up multiple whiteboards.
- Using pens on a digital whiteboard.
- Sharing white boards to groups.
- Inserting digital tags, still pictures and snapshots.
- Moving objects around the whiteboard.
- Clearing the whiteboard.
Using smart devices with Vision Exchange
This part of the course will explain how to integrate smartphone, tablet and other devices into a Vision Exchange learning experience.
- Identifying supported web browsers.
- Initialising web control on a smart device or tablet.
- Navigating the application.
- Controlling Main Views.
Mirroring with Vision Exchange
Mirroring offers a powerful way of sharing and collaborating in Vision Exchange. This part of the course will explain how to mirror with Vision Exchange and BYOD (bring your own devices), PC, or MAC devices.
- Using VE app.
- Sharing and bring up participant devices on the main display.
- Using simple control.
- Taking away snapshots from the session.
Pod active learning
This part of the course explains how to run active learning courses with Pods (students or delegates).
- The principles of a Vision Exchange Pod.
- How to set up Pods and divide into groups.
- Using smart devices (tablets, smartphones etc).
- Mirroring in a Pod environment.
- Using whiteboards, annotations and digital tags.
- Performing previews, downloads and snapshots.
A part of the course will explain how to collaborate snapshot images with delegates/students own devices.
- Navigating the device Download dialogue.
- Performing single and batch downloads.
Connecting HDMI devices
This part of this course will explain how to connect devices to a collaborative learning session through a standard HDMI connection.
- Displaying an HDMI input via the Collaboration Unit.
- Using auto detection.
- Handling HDCP with streamed material.
Vision Exchange administration
This part of the course explains the various administration aspects and parameters for Vision Exchange.
- Logging in as an administrator.
- Managing the Collaboration Unit settings.
- Controlling network settings for Vision Exchange.
- Managing the wi-fi settings for mobile & smart devices.
- Managing teacher interface settings.
- Identifying and solving user issues.
- Upgrading the Vision Exchange Collaboration system