A roundtable discussion exploring the transformative effects networked AV has on learning and higher education will take place at 11 a.m. PT on October 29.
Sony Electronics is deepening its work with 11 colleges and universities in the U.S. with the aim of gaining a better understanding of the role technology plays in teaching and learning.
Duke's new Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center features cutting-edge technology powered by T1V interactive software and Leyard and Planar touchscreen displays.
BenQ will feature its latest display innovations for higher education at EDUCAUSE, held October 14-17 at the McCormick Place West in Chicago.
How are higher-ed tech managers navigating the challenge of facilitating collaboration while ensuring the privacy of student data in the face of myriad regulations like FERPA?
1 Beyond has begun shipping the 1 Beyond AutoTracker 3 camera with NDI, enabling universities, corporations, and government organizations to add automatic presenter tracking to AV over IP workflows.
Tech managers from prominent universities share the ways in which they're harnessing the newest breed of lecture capture technology to enhance the learning experience at their institutions.
Jonathan Kornberg, director of instructional technology at Columbia University Medical Center, shares how he's outfitting the campus of a world-leading school with next-level AV.
Education technology stakeholders are watching AI developments closely to learn where an infusion of machine intelligence can improve classroom UX. How can AI add value to traditional campus AV?
Visix is now shipping the full release of the AxisTV Alert software application for digital signage.
Lone Star College (LSC)-University Park Conference Center has installed TEKVOX Drop-In A/V solutions throughout the venue for the purpose of outfitting multiple rooms in modular configurations.
Wanting an eye-catching display, the university worked with the visual design specialists at Fravert Services who installed a free-flowing FLEXUltra LED video design from Nashville-based PixelFLEX.
El Colegio de México AC in Ciudad, Mexico recently revamped a divisible auditorium with a 4K-capable, fully automated digital installation with Extron technology as its backbone.