Technology undoubtedly is a significant part of communicating and learning in school settings, especially once a student enters college.
Harman’s $365 million acquisition of AMX from the Duchossois Group last week has created “lots of energy and lots of excitement” for employees of the automation giant, and could also create new opportunities overseas and abroad in houses of worship, events and more.
HigherEd TechDecisions asked colleges students which they preferred better: earbuds or headphones.
A look at why video walls are becoming a prominent medium today, and why they will become more prominent in colleges across the country
Before they head to college, Sandra Bullock offers her words of wisdom to graduating Warren Easton Charter High School students
A visitors’ center with state-of-the-art audio and video connotes a media-smart university, while also sharing a sense of history
Blackmagic products are cheaper and more compatible with video streaming options on Harvard University’s tennis courts.
An initiative that provides students with personal laptops and tablets is helping to prepare Winona State University students for life in the digital world.
Trade shows are where people get to see cutting-edge AV technologies in action, and that was the case at last year’s InfoComm Show, in June in Orlando, where display manufacturer Planar teamed up with interactive design, software, and user experience (UX) developer IdentityMine to show how large-scale, interactive digital signage can be made accessible to human-sized hands.
This roundup features tablets designed to excel in the classroom. We’ve also talked to tech experts to provide you with 7 tips for choosing the right device for your school to meet the unique needs of your students.