Robert High, VP of Warranty for Fortegra, provides some insight on how teachers can successfully implement technology in the classroom to enhance student learning.
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Hofstra University, Ball State University and Marquette University reveal how their investments in improving on-campus buildings and new construction are preparing students for the work world post-graduation.
Trinity University invested in combinations of TEKVOX’s products for the infrastructure of its Innovation Center.
SCSU invested in two of Artec 3D’s solutions to more closely study skulls and other items in its Virtualization Lab.
When Business Interiors updated its conference spaces with new AV, the goal was to create spaces where vendors could train and present to customers. Utilizing a unique architectural system, Dirtt, the project created some interesting audiovisual specification. Corona Integrated Systems rose to meet the challenge in a short time frame.
Ball State University utilizes its Unified Media Lab to teach students about today’s journalism world, and prepares them for careers centered on the news.
From vocabulary tools to math games, there are plenty of web-based educational tools teachers can choose from to improve instruction and learning.
Forbes compiled a list of 5 new technologies that companies should start to consider integrating into businesses.
Seven products, including solutions by Kaltura, Citrix, NEC Display and Mediasite, made interactivity a popular theme at EDUCAUSE 2015.
Organizers expect more than 60,000 people to roam the halls of RAI for biggest event of its kind.