Hall Technologies’ Ken Eagle reveals how to prepare classrooms for hybrid learning and collaboration.
Eight university AV/IT directors share their challenges, offer peer advice, and provide a snapshot of what AV/IT technologies are in the classroom for the 2021 fall semester.
At Western Kentucky University, there was a plan formulated to purchase USB document cameras with built in microphones as a stopgap to the fast-paced hybrid/HyFlex model during the pandemic.
In preparation for the Fall 2021 semester, the University of Southern California completely upgraded all the AV in all its classrooms.
For the fall 2021 semester, 23.7 percent of courses at the University of North Carolina – Wilmington will be fully online, while 9.8 percent will be hybrid or HyFlex.
UMass Lowell migrated around 2,700 courses into the learning management system (LMS) over a weekend once the pandemic hit.
Approximately half of Brandeis University classroom and learning space locations are prepared for HyFlex learning.
The Brookings Institution streamed about 40 percent of events pre-pandemic and expects to be streaming almost 100 percent of its events in the future.
Boston University outfitted over 528 spaces with technology to support the hybrid/hyflex education model.
Distance learning and hybrid classrooms have accelerated the need for video tools that engage students but don’t require personnel to be present on site.
Listen Technologies' Sam Nord discusses how assistive listening technologies have thrived in hybrid education applications during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Biamp is supporting easy-to-deploy audio in K-12 environments with the Devio SCR Series of signal processors and Parlé Beamtracking microphones.
On Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. ET, AV Technology will host “The Evolved Hybrid Classroom” webcast on what technology solutions will define the next-gen hybrid classroom.
To facilitate a HyFlex model of teaching and learning, University of North Carolina Greensboro recently installed 16 of Sony’s MAS-A100 beamforming ceiling microphones across its campus.