Category Webinars

Webinar: Virtual Reality and Large Displays in Higher Education

Learn about the large-format displays and virtual reality technology that Samsung offers to support collaboration and learning in the higher education classroom. Shari Sentlowitz, Samsung’s senior manager of education solutions, shares the criteria you should consider when adding collaboration technology to the classroom.

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Collaborative Solutions for Higher Education

Collaborative classrooms are helping pave the way for learning higher education, and Samsung’s pioneering technology makes meaningful collaboration and innovation engaging.

Join us for an interactive webinar where Samsung’s senior manager for education solutions will lead an overview of simple-to-use tools like the company’s large-format displays and E-Boards. Learn how they help students become active participants in their educational experience by allowing them to share and co-create content in real time. You’ll also learn how virtual reality can help with training, research and creating unique learning experiences. We hope you’ll join us Nov. 16 at 1 pm ET.

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Webinar Recording: Choosing the Right Technology for Your Corporate Meeting Spaces

During this webinar, Michelle Rydell of Epson shows what’s possible in the corporate meeting room or huddle space with Epson’s BrightLink Pro interactive whiteboard solution. She looks at its features, including annotation, content sharing, and the ability to integrate with Polycom video conferencing.

Brian Phillips of Polycom follows with an overview of solutions that make it easy to join video calls and share content from your mobile device. He looks at a variety of collaboration tools, including Polycom RealPresence Group, and audio technologies like NoiseBlock and Acoustic Fence, content sharing. simplified meeting control systems, and native Skype for Business integration.

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Improve Collaborative Workflows and Business Outcomes

You know Frost & Sullivan as the experts in industry analysis and consulting. This September 29, they are bringing their knowledge and clout to an online forum.

Join Frost & Sullivan and AVI SPL on September 29 at 11 am EST for a complimentary eBroadcast, as you will be one of the first to hear new research around enhanced visibility and actionable analytics that improve the Quality of Experience (QoE) across your conferencing and collaboration environment.

Join us and learn:

  • Frost & Sullivan market data on tactical benefits of conferencing features
  • How to monitor your entire conferencing domain from a single dashboard
  • Ways to collect actionable data to assess your collaboration technology performance

Two AVI-SPL experts will be on hand to share their insights and industry knowledge:

  • Joe Laezza, SVP of UCC and Service Solutions
  • Tim Riek, SVP of Service Operations

Visit www.frost.com/collaborativeworkflows for more details on this event. Don’t miss out on a great chance to learn and improve collaboration in your company.

Webinar Recording: Display Technologies That Engage Students in Higher Education

See how universities are using Christie interactive displays and projectors to help students experiment, create, and play. You’ll also get a look at university installations where Christie MicroTiles are being used by schools to improve the learning process and showcase student achievement. This webinar covers:

  • Christie’s lineup of projectors and displays
  • Different types of projector illumination sources and where they work best
  • Video walls that enhance the student experience
  • Displays for different environments
  • 3D virtual reality installations

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