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.
Mediasite has announced new video tools that provide users with flexibility to create engaging, data-rich, and personalized experiences for distance collaboration.
Maxell Pro AV is shipping its Lecture Capture Collaboration Station, MA-XL1, which is designed to help instructors bring a greater level of normalcy to remote learning.
ViewSonic Corp. has announced that it has made its Professional Development (PD) team available to assist teachers with distance learning advice and support.
New VR tools can help make remote meetings more immersive and distance education more engaging, all while staying home as you keep yourself and your family safe.
Boston University's Linda Jerrett and Ernie Perez discuss how they handled the school's sudden shift to remote education in response to the COVID-19 crisis.
TEKVOX has begun shipping the 81200-DLC Drop-In AV Solution, a turnkey solution for educators looking to provide distance learning.
The SIIA and The White House have launched Tech for Learners, a database of education technology solutions to support online learning and remote school administration.