Many schools and K-12 AV consultants are not aware of ADA requirements for assisitve listening devices. Here’s what you need to know to become ADA compliant and a look at one type of technology that can get you there.
Despite a rise in hearing loss, many schools remain unaware of the ADA requirements for the hearing impaired, which mandates installation of assistive listening devices in every new constructed or altered classroom and assembly area.
UMass Boston’s University Conference on Teaching, Learning & Technology held educational sessions on May 18, 2015, some of which covered technologies that can boost classroom collaboration and accessibility to ADA compliant technologies for students with disabilities.
Allison Eckley from the NC Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA) discusses the Energy Freedom Act, and how its third-party sales initiatives will allow colleges to purchase energy from renewable energy companies of their choice.
Audio Notetaker provides three main features that help students with disabilities learn more efficiently.
This Pennsylvania Institution of higher education partnered with its long-time integrator to provide greater accessibility and independence to students with disabilities.
Some law schools are installing mock court rooms and updated law technology to give law students real world experience.
University emergency managers explain why there is no cookie-cutter solution for deploying mass notification/emergency communications on campus.
The Connected Casebook solution enables students to learn about law digitally, and for a lower cost.
Whittier’s technology face-lift includes a state-of-the-art courtroom, jury room and judge quarters to create the atmosphere of an actual court.