Learn more about preparing special education students for Common Core using assistive technologies.
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Jamie Underwood of Alertus writes an article on NFPA 72, detailing how colleges should review the Fire Alarm & Signaling Code and apply technologies accordingly.
Many schools and K-12 AV consultants are not aware of ADA requirements for assisitve listening devices. Here’s what you need to know to become ADA compliant and a look at one type of technology that can get you there.
The Enterprisers Project recently conducted a lengthy interview with Mobiquity CTO Ty Rollin about some of the trends that CTOs and CIOs are facing. In a two part interview, Rollin speaks about trends that are putting pressure on CTOs and CIOs and trends that are making their jobs more complex.
Colleges use technologies like solar panels, 3D printers and software solutions to reduce their energy bills and consumption, and foster a sustainable culture on campus.
Despite a rise in hearing loss, many schools remain unaware of the ADA requirements for the hearing impaired, which mandates installation of assistive listening devices in every new constructed or altered classroom and assembly area.
See how one school district worked to prevent summer learning loss through a special summer program that combined technology and personalized instruction. The reading app Lexia Learning was used to advance students’ literacy skills and reinforce what they had learned during the school year.
UMass Boston’s University Conference on Teaching, Learning & Technology held educational sessions on May 18, 2015, some of which covered technologies that can boost classroom collaboration and accessibility to ADA compliant technologies for students with disabilities.
In order to support students’ computer usage and create a more environmentally friendly atmosphere on campus, Florida Atlantic University traded in its computer towers for ViewSonic’s All in One zero clients