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Associations Focus: Recognizing Achievement 

The Electronic Lifestyles Designer and Manufacturers' Excellence Awards are highly sought after in the industry, and higher standards and new categories have been put in place this year...

POV: Designing a Better InfoComm 

By Mark S. Valenti, CTS

It is tradition for the new president of the InfoComm Board of Governors to provide the membership and the broader community with an update of what the association plans to accomplish in the upcoming year...

Pitzer College Teaches and Learns from YouTube 

By Linda Seid Frembes

The big focus in the education market over the past several years has been the drive to install AV systems into the classroom. With so much hardware available now, it makes sense that the next step is to contemplate content delivery and distribution. While some content providers have made inroads into the market, there lacks the presence and participation of a mainstream media powerhouse such as the popular Google-owned website YouTube...

Top Classroom Technologies for 2008 

By Linda Seid Frembes

As teachers and students get geared up for the second half of the school year to start, systems integrators are reviewing last year’s sales figures and predicting what may be top technologies for classrooms in the coming year. Bob Berry, a Seattle-based sales executive for AV supplier Troxell Communications...

Associations Focus: Foundations of Education 

Shure continues its support of industry education initiatives for a third year with its recent commitment to match up to $25,000 in contributions to the NSCA Education Foundation's fundraising campaign...

POV: AV and Content Management 

By Julia Pegg

Content management is often the responsibility of IT managers because it leverages the broader IT infrastructure of the organization. IT managers, while...

The Buzz: Installation Spotlight: Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, Calif.  

By Trevor Boyer

At the largest nondenominational Christian university in the United States, student attendance at thrice-weekly chapel services (with the exception of...

Meet Me at the Corner: Virtual Field Trips for Kids 

By Linda Seid Frembes

According to the Home School Legal Defense Association, there 1.9 million to 2.4 million children who are home schooled in the United States. Meet Me At The Corner (MMATC), billing itself as the “Educational YouTube” for home-schooled children, provides virtual field trips for ages eight to12. The website offers 26 three- to four- minute episodes...

St. Gregory the Great School Gets StarBoard Whiteboards 

Underscoring the dynamic capabilities of interactive presentation technologies in the classroom environment, St. Gregory the Great School in Hamilton Square, N.J., has seen increased student participation since adopting the Hitachi Software FX-77 StarBoard interactive whiteboards...

Document Cameras Gain Market Share, Relevancy in Classrooms 

By Linda Seid Frembes

With the extensive choices of classroom technology available today, it is no wonder that teachers can sometimes suffer from tech fatigue. While some may long for the era of chalk and dry erase, manufacturers have created multipurpose high-tech replacements that benefit teachers and students alike. One sought-after classroom tech tool is the document camera...

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