Category Webinars

Webinar Today: Webex Meetings and Teams Update

Join today’s webinar at 2 p.m. ET, and you’ll learn how companies are utilizing Webex tools to cut internal costs while allowing their workforces to be more agile and streamlined. Josh Satow, who leads Cisco collaboration business development for ScanSource, will cover topics including:

  • Webex meetings and Teams update
  • Cognitive collaboration and the use of AI
  • Endpoint updates and features

He will be joined by Laurie Berg, AVI-SPL director of services product management, who will discuss the synergy between Cisco solutions and Symphony, AVI-SPL’s user experience management application.

This event is co-sponsored by AVI-SPL and will be moderated by Jonathan Blackwood, editorial director of Commercial Integrator and editor-in-chief for TechDecisions.

Register for “Webex Meetings and Teams Update” > 

Webinar Recording: Technology That Bridges the Workplace Generation Gap

During this AVI-SPL webinar on the challenges and opportunities businesses face in their multigenerational workplaces, you’ll learn about the differences in work styles among the generations, what people expect from their workplace experience, and the technology that meets those needs.

Saundra Merollo, senior engineer for Sharp, and Nick Belcore, executive VP of global sales and marketing for Peerless, explore the importance of enabling collaboration among remote employees and empowering IT departments to manage a wide variety of networked devices. They also explain the types of solutions that help recruit and retain new talent, and cover topics including:

  • Changing workplace demographics
  • Collaboration trends (including voice-activated control)
  • Digital display trends
  • Sharp’s Windows Collaboration Display
  • Peerless outdoor digital kiosks

Get the recording for “Technology That Bridges the Workplace Generation Gap >

Webinar Recording: Create New Experiences With the Epson LightScene Laser Projector

Watch this webinar to learn how you can use Epson LightScene projectors to create engaging experiences in your venue. For markets like retail, museums, hospitality, and more, you can create immersive experiences by projecting dynamic content.  Remi Del Mar, senior product manager for Epson, explores the benefits and features of LightScene and covers related topics, including:

  • The new experience economy (its value and why it’s growing)
  • The digital signage landscape
  • Projecting on different surfaces

Get the recording for “Create New Experiences With Epson LightScene Projectors” >

Webinar Recording: Canon’s REALiS LCOS and LX and LV DLP Projectors

Greg Scalco, a senior technical specialist for Canon, introduces you to Canon’s REALiS AISYS-enhanced LCOS projectors, as well as its LX and LV series, all of which are engineered to meet the exacting requirements of industries and applications like higher education, museums, galleries, and simulation and training. Greg addresses topics including:

  • The technology that makes the REALiS series so valuable
  • Features of specific REALiS, LX, and LV series projectors
  • Wide array of Canon lenses
  • Benefits of Canon’s laser light source

Get the Recording for “Canon’s REALiS LCOS and LX and LV DLP Projectors” >

Webinar: Workforce Readiness Through Technology

Over the next 10 years, millions of jobs will require skilled workers, but the number of skilled workers is dropping. To meet the challenge of matching jobs with qualified people, some communities are working to grow and retain their skilled workforce with workforce readiness programs.

Join us on October 29 at 11 a.m. PT/2 p.m. ET to hear how educational institutions are outfitting their learning spaces with technology to help students — young people, career-changers and mid-career experts — prepare for or continue successful careers in high-growth areas like healthcare.

This interactive, 60-minute webcast will:

  • Explore how educational institutions are using technology to attract students and keep them employed in the community.
  • Examine how smaller communities are upgrading their workforce readiness programs to better compete with larger communities.
  • Investigate how strategic investment in simulation and other technologies can result in better communication, collaboration, and training outcomes.

Register for “Confronting the Growing Labor Shortage: New Approaches to Workforce Readiness” >

About the presenters

Dr. Kecia Ray, Principal, K20 Connect
Dr. Ray is a member of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and is past president of the ISTE Board of Directors. In 2013, she was appointed by Tennessee Governor Haslam to the Advisory Council on Alternative Education and in 2014 was appointed by the Tennessee Commissioner of Education to a Personalized Learning Advisory Committee. In 2015, she was invited to serve on a U.S. Department of Education technical working group focused on evaluating education technology. Dr. Ray currently serves on the board of Learning Bird Inc. and holds advisory positions with Mackin, Inc. and H Institute Award for Excellence in Education.

She is a five-time recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award and has earned the ISTE ‘Making IT Happen’ Award. Dr. Ray was named ’20 to Watch’ by the National School Board Association, Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women, one of the top 10 EdTech Leaders by Tech and Learning magazine, and most recently was named a Top 100 EdTech Influencer by EdTech Digest. She leads K20Connect and other passion projects supporting K20 education around the world!

Jordan Myers, Regional General Manager, AVI-SPL
Jordan Myers is the Regional General Manager for AVI-SPL’s Tennessee region. AVI-SPL is the largest AV integrator in the world, providing audio-visual and collaboration solutions for corporate, higher ed, healthcare, and federal clients across the country. His team’s higher education clients include University of Tennessee, Loyola, Auburn, ETSU, Clemson and others. Previous to AVI-SPL, Jordan was a manager with Interactive Solutions, which was acquired by AVI-SPL in 2018. He also worked for DePaul University in enrollment management.

Based in Memphis, TN, Jordan has a B.A. in Public Relations and an M.B.A. in Entrepreneurship, both from DePaul University in Chicago. He has his CTS certification from AVIXA, the professional AV industry’s foremost trade association.

Steven Zink – Moderator
Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Education
Steven Zink is an emeritus faculty member at the University of Nevada, Reno, where he served as the university’s first vice president of information technology, while simultaneously serving as dean, university libraries. During his lengthy tenure at the university, Zink assembled a vibrant hybrid organization of information professionals, ranging from specialists in instructional technology to librarians to information technology professionals. In 2008, the physical manifestation of the organization was realized with the opening of the widely acclaimed 300,000-square-foot Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center. From 2011-2016, he served as vice chancellor for the Nevada System of Higher Education, the coordinating body over all public institutions of higher education in Nevada.