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The death of the AV relationship started when our business saw a distinct divide between Those Who Can and Those Who Must.
Andrew Humphries, expert at Themis explains how Themis’s pedagogy technologies help give students and professors a leg up on the bar exam.
The ISTE 2015 Town Hall Event take place Sunday June 28th 9-11:30 am and will bring together students and educators from around the country.
Olive-Harvey College uses the distribution technologies in Wynright Corporation’s tech center called the “living lab” to give students real world experience in the distribution and logistics industries.
Marc LaVecchia of BMA Software Solutions and Steve Greenblatt of Control Concepts formed TechTalk a year ago and had their inaugural event at InfoComm in Las Vegas. They’re back this year to bring more information the the technology manager community at Maggianno’s Little Italy in Orlando for InfoComm 2015.
With demands for better ADA compliance strategies growing, colleges sometimes struggle to find ways to support students with disabilities. ADA compliance experts say that colleges should abandon old, “grab-a-human” days and invest in technological solutions for support. Some schools, like Worcester Polytechnic Institute, have ADA compliance strategies embedded in their curriculum, alongside supportive technologies and departmental support systems to thin the gap between students with disabilities and regular students.The experts also offer tips on how to best execute ADA compliance strategies, including talking to students, checking accessibility and anticipating future needs.
The job of a K-12 technology manager is very different today than it was 20 years ago. We take a look at what it takes to be successful in today’s K-12 climate.
Using technology is now part of a teacher’s job. Why not give them credit for learning to use it?
Learn more about preparing special education students for Common Core using assistive technologies.