CMU Launches Samsung’s Smart Classrooms

 | Tue 24 May 2016 09:39 ICT

CityNews – Faculty of Business Administration, Chiang Mai University launched the Smart Classroom, as the first efficiency learning center in the North of Thailand.

Associate Professor Dr. Siriwut Buranapin, Dean of Faculty of Business Administration said that the faculty was interested in the Smart Classroom by Samsung and believed it to be able to aid students and teachers in exchanging opinions and encourage discussion in the classroom.


The Smart Classrooms will have a Samsung VDO Wall, Samsung E-board along with Learning Solutions as well as being able to seat 200 students.

In order to facilitate a seamless connection with eLearning, students can send their thoughts or answers by Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 to E-boards and teachers can see real time what students are struggling with or problems they are facing.

Samsung has also planned to expand Smart Classrooms to other schools and universities in the North in order to develop Thai Digital Learning in the future.