With the corporate environment changing the way they operate, the way they use technology, and the age of their employees, videoconferencing is becoming a must for huddle rooms.
BYOD is a common expectation of today’s college students. But what happens when students abuse it, or when a professor or administrator loses control of what students do on the network? Xirrus’s Bruce Miller says that this is a common struggle in today’s higher education institutions, and that colleges should consider keeping network access under control. Five major ways colleges can keep their BYOD access in check is by covering use cases, deciding how much control a class needs, bringing in a third party, getting granular with control and upping the in-class engagement.
When CMA was commissioned to install a towering four-story video wall in a Miami-area hotel, they chose Planar displays and BrightSign media players to augment the wow factor.
When students started struggling in an enhanced calculus class back in 2005, Randy Tyndall and his team wanted to install a solution to help. Their solution of choice was a lecture capture system by Echo360, which enabled professors to capture lectures and computer demonstrations on a single screen for students to view after class. Lecture capture has also upped active learning among students, encouraged flipping the classroom, deepened distance learning, increased student retention rates and made it easier for professors to archive their lectures.
See the new sound system installed at Ottawa Hills High school gymnasium and learn how the district overcame issues with intelligibility and equipment security.
Six electronic security industry experts share their 2015 predictions for the marketplace.
This Pennsylvania Institution of higher education partnered with its long-time integrator to provide greater accessibility and independence to students with disabilities.
Check out these free collaboration tools for k-12 classrooms. Enabling teachers and students to work together inside and outside of the classroom has never been easier.
When the Line Hotel installed audio speakers, they wanted to play for the public, pumping audio to the patio deck, pool area and in the greenhouse.
The Chromebook is quickly gaining popularity in the education sector. While it’s not replacing the iPad as the personal learning device of choice, it has become a real contender for mobile learning in K-12 classrooms.