Kelly Duarte, from left, Matt Clifton and Josh Hines install one of three new  Samsung interactive displays at the Industrial Drive campus.

The Adult Education labs have gotten some technology upgrades recently. 

Three new 85-inch Samsung interactive displays are being installed by the maintenance and IT departments. The interactive displays allow instructors to use them for live presentations and also are equipped to record lessons for hybrid learning. 

Each of the main areas of Adult Education — Health, Public Safety and Trades — will receive its own Samsung display. This will allow Adult Education to build a repository of lessons for students to access online if classes cannot be conducted or attended in person because of illness. 

“We’re excited to see what innovative lessons the faculty come up with for students,” said Carrie Fife, Adult Education director.

The displays were purchased using HEERF funds as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.