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.
To enable flexible learning, Nottingham Trent University recently rolled out a custom AV cart solution utilizing Extron NAV E 101 Pro AV-over-IP Encoders.
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.
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.
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.