Category: AV Education

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An Unbiased An Unbiased Explanation of AV-over-IP | 2018 Keynote

An Unbiased An Unbiased Explanation of AV-over-IP | 2018...

Nearly everyone out there is misleading you about AV-over-IP. It’s not easy, it’s...

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EDTech 67: SLAs: The How & Why

EDTech 67: SLAs: The How & Why

Peerless announces new heavy-duty projector mounts, using metrics to improve your...

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EDTech 66: AV As A Service & Higher Ed

EDTech 66: AV As A Service & Higher Ed

Looking at AV As a Service in the classroom, and how technology affects teachers...

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EDTech 65: Call Me HAL

EDTech 65: Call Me HAL

Using AI to design classrooms and the pros and cons of multi-brand packages.

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EDTech 64: All Good Intentions

EDTech 64: All Good Intentions

Getting trained online, and certified, in the audiovisual space. Almo buys Insteo...

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EDTech 63: InfoComm 2018

EDTech 63: InfoComm 2018

Wrapping up InfoComm 2018 with a tech manager's perspective. Sony audio, Samsung...

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Gary Kayye’s 2018 UBTech Conference Keynote

Gary Kayye’s 2018 UBTech Conference Keynote

For the second year in a row, rAVe Founder Gary Kayye was the opening keynote speaker...

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EDTech 62: PASS Alliance

EDTech 62: PASS Alliance

Using ProAV technology for school safety. Picking a media player for your higher...

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EDTech 61: No Lightbulb

EDTech 61: No Lightbulb

Laser projection may save us from dealing with mercury recycling. How to train faculty...

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EDTech 60: Ed Network

EDTech 60: Ed Network

Managing the audiovisual signals across the campus network, digital canvas and VR...

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EDTech 59: Maintaining Relationships

EDTech 59: Maintaining Relationships

Relationships, audiovisual technology in healthcare education, and tech managers...

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Rumors of the Demise of the Projector Has Been Greatly Exaggerated: The Future of Projection

Rumors of the Demise of the Projector Has Been Greatly...

For almost a decade, industry pundits have been predicting the death of the projector...

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EDTech 58: HDMI and Collaboration

EDTech 58: HDMI and Collaboration

Our panel discusses the challenges that will come along with the new HDMI 2.1 specification....

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