At AVI-SPL, we’re proud to be leaders in the collaborative technology space. We’re eager to share our expertise at every corner. So when an opportunity came up for Erin Minich, AVI-SPL’s director of education collaboration solutions, to begin a guest blog series for Let’s Do Video, she jumped at it. Let’s Do Video provides coverage of visual collaboration technologies and related productivity tools and strategies. In Erin’s first blog article, she dives into the topic of video conferencing in education and how this capability does not stop at distance learning. Hop over to Let’s Do Video to read the full article and be sure to check back there for more articles from Erin.
Those systems include the Tannoy speakers used in the conjunction with the Cisco TelePresence system; Cisco digital media players; Sharp displays and Crestron control systems. Watch our video case story on Rialto and hear administrators, teachers and students talk about the positive impact of this project on the school community. Then, if you have any questions for a project of your own, call us at 866-559-8197 or fill out our contact form.
How do you provide tools that allow professors and students to interact when the devices they use are evolving so rapidly? This webinar shows how higher education classrooms can embrace BYOD and facilitate collaborative learning by using solutions like AMX Enzo media manager.
For nearly 20 years, Casey Foulds oversaw Classroom Instruction Technology and the daily operation of classroom technology at Texas Woman’s University. In her roles, she designed, installed, maintained and trained both technical staff and faculty end users on classroom technology systems, and audio visual tools that enhanced learning across three campuses. With AMX she grows and develops existing and new relationships with higher education end users and helps plan and foster academic technology plans with university and college stakeholders. She also supports and assists new technology implementations with higher education technology specialists.