Whitlock partnered with the VCU School of Medicine to transform its new 200,000 square foot James W. and Frances G. McGlothlin Medical Education Center in downtown Richmond into an immersive, collaborative learning facility. The result was 12 floors of learning studios, conference rooms, simulation rooms, classrooms and a large learning theater.
Collaborative Learning that Engages Every Student
The VCU School of Medicine uses video-enabled, interactive classrooms to reach students far away or nearby. Professors can share a live session, collect screen captures of annotations in real time or record an entire class for use in the future. Students sit in pods with individual screens and microphones to ensure a two-way learning experience.
Whitlock advised on the technology roadmap and designs for this amazing new building at VCU.
Our team helped the VCU Medical Center standardize on Crestron for all audio and video controls.
VCU embraced new solutions for interactive teaching, remote learning, video conferencing and collaboration on every floor.
Whitlock provides onsite services and remote support to VCU's team.