Education / Training
Ryoshinkan Learning Commons
“The Ryoshinkan Learning Commons is expected to encourage students to collaborate in groups and foster their abilities to work intensively on their subjects or projects. It is our desire that students learn the importance of communication through various learning activity experiences.”
Person in charge of Doshisha University
Why Choose Panasonic?
- - High brightness and high picture quality provide large and clear images even in brightly lit rooms.
- - An extensive selection of projectors supports a variety of installation sites.
- - A smooth system design and integration by employing Panasonic professional displays simultaneously.
Ryoshinkan Learning Commons opened in the Ryoshinkan building constructed in 2013. At the facility, students can use the latest AV/ICT (Information and Communication Technology) equipment and develop inspirations beyond the boundaries of their academic majors and specialties. It is a place where students with the same goals gather and cooperate among themselves.
In this new learning environment, Panasonic video systems display discussion topics and presentations with clear and crisp images at various locations to support students' research activities.
A new learning space, Learning Commons
In October 2012, the new building, Ryoshinkan was constructed on Doshisha University's Imadegawa Campus. Ryoshinkan is a large building with a total floor space of 40,000 m2. It coexists harmoniously with the local community and reflects the open-opportunity nature of Doshisha University. Ryoshinkan houses not only classrooms and laboratories but also a noteworthy new learning space called “Ryoshinkan Learning Commons.”
It is the most advanced "free space" where students can engage themselves in discussions on various issues beyond the boundaries of their academic majors and specialties, announce their research results, and deepen their knowledge and foster inquisitive minds. During various stages of research, such as the presentation of reference information and discussions, students use Panasonic projectors and flat-panel displays for effective sharing and announcement of information.
The whiteboard screens installed on the periphery to allow addition of texts and figures onto projected images.
The 65-inch signage panels at the entrance to the Presentation Court display
Another area for group learning or activities
Another projection system application at Doshisha University
For more information, please see “Doshisha University, Ryoshinkan bldg. and Shikokan bldg.” page.
System Installed by
Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd.
Panasonic System Solutions Japan Co., Ltd
* The PT-DZ6710L/DZ6700L is a lens-less model. The PT-DZ6710/DZ6700, a model with a lens, is also available.
* For more information, see the Professional Displays Global Site.