VCT

(redirected from Visual Communication Technology)
AcronymDefinition
VCTSaint Vincent and the Grenadines (ISO Country code)
VCTVoluntary Counseling and Testing
VCTVinyl Composition Tile
VCTVenture Capital Trust (UK fiscal status)
VCTVariable Cam Timing (Ford Motor Company)
VCTVirtual Classroom Training
VCTVirtual Cable Tester
VCTVariable Camshaft Timing
VCTVisual Configuration Tool
VCTVoxware Compression Toolkit
VCTVariable Cycle Technology
VCTVirtual Classroom Training (various organizations)
VCTVirtual Cut-Through (computing)
VCTVirtual Cable Tester (D-Link)
VCTVirtual Channel Table
VCTVictoria, TX, USA (Airport Code)
VCTVictims Compensation Tribunal (Australia)
VCTVisual Communication Technology
VCTVolunteer Centre of Toronto
VCTVictims of Crime Trust (United Kingdom)
VCTVirtual Connection Tree
VCTVoluntary Correction of Tax-Sheltered Annuity Failures (IRS)
VCTVitrified Clay Tile
VCTValue Chain Transformation (PricewaterhouseCoopers)
VCTVibronic Coupling Theory
VCTVoltage Control Transfer
VCTVolts, Center-Tapped
VCTVermillion Community Theatre (Vermillion, South Dakota)
VCTVersatile Card Technologies, Inc.
VCTVirtual Construction Team
VCTRabat-Ghawdex (postal locality, Malta)
VCTVaginal Cone Therapy (urinary incontinence treatment)
VCTVolvo Communication Tool
VCTVocabulary Training Center
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OnTrack displays combine an energy-efficient design with new features for easy installation, simple operation and fast troubleshooting, helping lower the cost of ownership for this visual communication technology. The OnTrack product line includes the M Series, which plugs into an electrical outlet but uses up to 70 percent less power than other displays, and the patent-pending X Series, which makes use of power over Ethernet technology to draw both data and power from a single Ethernet connection.
Visual communication technology has now moved well beyond the classroom VCR or projector.
Quite simply, visual communication technology is designed to build knowledge--a medium that students can learn with, not from.
As community colleges begin to build their next-generation classrooms, what should administrators and, most importantly, instructors look for in interactive visual communication technology?
The following design features should be apparent when evaluating visual communication technology:
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