The Brooklyn Law School shifted to a hybrid attendance model and installed an AV solution that would allow remote students to hear and interact as efficiently as possible and keep all students fully engaged.
Professors strive to engage and inspire students, but sound intelligibility isn’t usually their top priority. Ensuring audio quality is the domain of campus AV specialists, and that task is evolving.
College and university faculty, administrators, AV/IT managers, and instructors are ready for any combination of in-class and remote learning that the spring 2021 semester might require.
In this case study, Harvard-Westlake School and Turlock Unified School District have each embraced hybrid teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, but they have done so in different ways and with different technology frameworks.
Sennheiser has announced a free firmware update for its TeamConnect Ceiling 2 conferencing mics that adds TruVoicelift, a voice amplification system that improves audio intelligibility.
Harvard Business School’s new hybrid classrooms unite blackboards, cameras, and presentations using the multi-image display capability of RGB Spectrum’s QuadView UHDx multiviewer.
St. Patrick Academy in Providence, RI recently upgraded its classroom technology with solutions from Atlona and Jabra to foster better outcomes for remote learning.
Instructors at Louisiana Tech University are using Mediasite lecture videos and real-time Zoom calls to continue teaching and learning and improve student outcomes.
AV Technology is hosting a free webinar titled "The Hybrid Campus" on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. ET.
As the fall semester begins, we caught up with three university tech managers to learn how their schools are managing the return to campus, and what role AV technology is playing in the process.
With shelter at home orders affecting organizations globally, learning and education professionals have quickly figured out how to move their programs online.
The staff at Pepperdine University knew they had to do something to prepare for the fall 2020 semester and sought to update their technology systems to accommodate this new normal.
With most Americans still working and learning from home, we asked several audio experts to share how tech managers can help their remote users achieve the best possible communication.