Queen’s University School of Medicine
Engineering Harmonics designed audiovisual and lecture capture/streaming systems in 74 spaces, including classrooms, observation labs, simulation and dissection labs, and meeting rooms with integrated video conferencing, and digital signage.
Built to LEED standards, the 5-storey, 125,000 sq. ft. medical school integrates modern teaching methods, technology and interdisciplinary practices. The school includes a state-of-the-art teaching clinic, classrooms, and surgical and technical skills labs.
Audiovisual consulting, design, tender, contract administration and commissioning.
Integration of AV with the school’s clinical skills program to facilitate collaborative team-based learning.
We have some very traditional teachers in our program who literally could not imagine how they were going to be able to teach without a blackboard and chalk. If we hadn’t had Andrew Kozak on board we never would have been able to get our teachers to understand how they can teach better with this technology.