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Installation Profile: HD Distance Education  
By Dan Daley
The concept of distance learning has a contemporary ring to it, but it's rooted less in the high tech of the 21st century than it is in the social revolutions of the 1960s...

Putting the AV in Education 
By Dan Daley
As important as they are to the work of systems integrators, AV systems used for paging, security, and conferencing have a largely peripheral place in most average people's lives...

Expert Viewpoint: Powering the Home Theater 
By Marshall Currier
Factories and other older buildings that have been converted into luxury condos come with a high price tag and thus attract high-end clientele...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: Austin Independent School District, Austin, Texas  
By Garry Wilkison, Austin Digital Media
The Austin Independent School District (AISD) has been a leader in technology in the Austin, Texas, community for many years. In 1982, AISD was one of...

Expert Viewpoint: Educators, Meet Integrators 
By Pat Thompson and Bill Cyree
Today, the education market is taking greater advantage of AV technology than ever before — using it as a training tool; as a means of analyzing and preserving students' work...

Expert Roundtable: Trends in Education 
By Jack Kontney
The education market for AV installation is both segmented and expansive. In terms of needs, goals, and requirements, there are distinct differences between K-12 and higher education...

2008 Pick Hit Award Winners 
By Trevor Boyer
At InfoComm 08—as with any tradeshow—technological innovations generated the bulk of the buzz on the show floor. But with so much to see, and so much misplaced hype, it's easy to forget what was introduced last year in a different package—or to miss the truly revolutionary little I/O box. ...

Bringing Control to the Classroom 
By Linda Seid Frembes
The problem facing many K-12 classrooms these days is integrating its AV products effectively. A classroom may have all the AV tools--such as a projector, DVD player, iPod, document camera, interactive whiteboard, and classroom computer--but lacks an affordable control system that brings a cohesive ease of use...

Picture This: The New Format War? 
By Jeff Sauer
At CES this past January, there were several companies talking about wireless HD video. And why not? The advantages are clear: Fewer cables in the home,...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: Scott Residence, Sedona, Ariz. 
By Jack Kontney
Many traditional integration firms shy away from residential installations, largely because the electronics don't conform to the norms of pro AV connectivity....

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