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EduComm Highlights Education Technology Trends 

By Linda Seid Frembes

As the AV industry gears up for its biggest show of the year, the fifth annual EduComm conference will once again offer workshops and presentations focused on educational technology in higher-education institutions...

AV Technology in Special-education Environments 

By Linda Seid Frembes

AV in the classroom can be a powerful teaching tool for educators in any grade. Sights and sounds can bring new life to a history lesson or bring clarity to a science lecture. But what happens when the students being served by AV technology have special needs? At the Texas School for the Deaf (TSD) in Austin, teachers at the state’s oldest continuously operating publicly funded school have found the answer...

The Buzz: Installation spotlight: Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke University, Durham, N.C.  

By Jessaca Gutierrez

Cameron Indoor Stadium, on the Duke University campus in Durham, N.C., has a rich legacy. Legend has it that the arena was conceived on a back of a matchbook...

Audio Podcast: Fiber Link at Emory University 

Bennett Liles talks with Alan Pogue, director of media services at Emory University's Goizueta Business School in Atlanta, about the university's fiber-optic link system for delivering expert advice from the production facility...

Conservatory Invests in Student Laptop Program 

By Linda Seid Frembes

The Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences (CRAS) is the premier school for audio recording, engineering, and production education with campuses in Tempe and Gilbert, Ariz. The Conservatory's 900 hour Master Recording Program II is a 42-week program in which students spend 30 intensive weeks on campus learning about sound reinforcement...

Audio Podcast: Remote TV Production 

Bennett Liles talks with Jeremy Lommori, production engineer at California's Azusa Pacific University, about installation and production using fiber link intercom to facilitate TV production with control rooms in different locations...

Projection Trends in the Education Market 

By Linda Seid Frembes

Projectors are standard equipment in most classrooms these days. For as long as most can remember, there has been some kind of projection device in the classroom--albeit the size and sophistication has vastly improved over the last few decades...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: University of Buffalo Neurosurgery Department, Buffalo, NY  

By Jessaca Gutierrez

When IP Logic, a voice and data solutions provider based in Albany, N.Y., initially contracted with the University of Buffalo's (UB) Neurosurgery Department,...

Expert Viewpoint: What’s in a Lamp?  

By David Bethell

It has been more than 10 years since data projectors moved on from CRT to technologies that allowed more manageable units, and lamp technology also changed...

Standardization Advances University of Wisconsin Colleges' Distance-education Program 

By Linda Seid Frembes

Distance education continues to be a popular topic in higher-education institutions. A study by the U.S. Department of Education in 2003 found that more than half of two- and four-year colleges offer distance education programs to their students. At the University of Wisconsin Colleges (UWC), a network of 13 two-year colleges, distance education has been offered in various formats over the last 15 years...

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