As a third-year university student, James White knows how difficult it can be to participate in a lecture with more than 100 other people in the room. But that's about to change as White is among the first students to begin using the University of Queensland's new hi-tech lecture theater, believed to be the largest of its kind in the country, reports Australian IT. The university's $2.5 million Advanced Concept Teaching Space combines research, interactive technology, and innovative teaching. The facility, set on three levels, accommodates 100 students. It uses high-resolution touch screens for instant feedback, and it links to...

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