Purchasing laptops or tablets is a huge investment for any K-12 district. Ask yourself these five questions to make sure you’re set up for success.
This is the first-ever sensory system designed to detect the sound of gunfire and alert school personnel and law enforcement to danger.
Corporate TD travelled to Prysm Inc.’s Concord, MA office in order to check out the Synthesis software that accompanies their video walls.
University emergency managers explain why there is no cookie-cutter solution for deploying mass notification/emergency communications on campus.
The Michigan school district spent $3 million to overhaul its curriculum and implement engaging tech in its classrooms.
In January of 2009, the City of Tallahassee and Leon County signed a memorandum to construct a Public Safety Complex. Five years later, dual video walls allow for emergency response teams to collaborate better than ever.
To keep current students happy and boost the number of accepted students, colleges are providing curricula and learning spaces that “look like where students will work.” Students that take advantage of such curricula and learning spaces have the opportunity to see where their degree paths could take them after graduation, and get real world experience during their undergraduate years.
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Colleges have a right to be anxious about using mobile devices to learn, but should remember that if technology is absent in the classroom, the institution falls behind.
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