AV Technology is hosting a free webinar titled "The Hybrid Campus" on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. ET.
The University of Texas at Austin contracted Contextual Content Group to create a new 3D immersive video solution that combines in-person, hybrid, and online teaching to deliver distance learning.
Lecture capture for online education had been growing rapidly; now's it's essential. To help, Extron developed the SMP 351, a high-performance recording and streaming processor.
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.
New York University School of Law recently renovated its 400-seat Tishman Auditorium with improved audio through Renkus-Heinz solutions.
Duke University recently opened its new Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center, which features a nearly 24-foot-long, 7-foot-high Planar LED MultiTouch video wall running T1V software.
Georgia Tech recently upgraded its entire campus digital signage network of 325 displays to a new solution built on 22Miles software and BrightSign display solutions.
Mediasite has announced new video tools that provide users with flexibility to create engaging, data-rich, and personalized experiences for distance collaboration.
Joshua Kaufman, a Boston-based multimedia specialist, is passionate about “designing universally,” and he is on a mission to raise awareness of and access to accessible edtech.
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.
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.