The system encourages BYOD – bring your own device – so that students can mirror their own laptops, tablets and phones onto the screens to show their work and ideas.
"It's a different type of teaching," Vince Bruni-Bossio, director of the experiential learning initiative, told the Globe and Mail. "We're no longer standing around and delivering a lecture. It's more of an experiential exercise where students are actually doing things."
The technology-heavy classroom is designed to encourage networking internally between students and professors, as well as externally with businesses throughout the province.