Computer tables that lower the student monitors, for better line-of-sight to the instructor

Professional architect S.H. of West Lafayette, IN offers the current website of VECTA to show how a two-level table allows student monitors to be lowered, thus giving students a better chance of seeing the instructor and any large-screen image at the front of the classroom... a serious problem in flat-floor rooms with low (9 or 10ft) ceilings.

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