AV Technology Increases Student Retention and Engagement
A new generation of students has high expectation for the technology in their learning spaces. AV technology integrations on a college campus send a signal to students that the learning experience will be interactive and collaborative.
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The modern focus of video conference systems should not start and end with the most top-of-the-line video camera but instead should start with other AV components such as audio, content, and control. This session will look at the common elements of video conference-capable AV systems for learning.
With more than 36,000 students and professors, the Instructional Technology Service at San Diego State University has a huge challenge ahead of them amidst the lockdown. Here is a quick breakdown on their story and their solution. To read more about this case study, visit: https://www.avixa.org/av-topics/articles/road-to-the-congreso-avixa-2021-the-san-diego-state-university-online-lessons-challenge
For years flexible learning spaces have undergone rapid evolutions to accommodate new styles of learning. AV technology is at the center of these changes both as the impetus to create more interactive classroom experiences and as a reflection of the tools and knowledge sources central to learning. Now this technology is even more essential in a remote-learning landscape in the pandemic. But alongside the functional nature of the tech-centric classroom, there is also a human-centric shift that is occurring. How can we demystify technology for teachers and ask questions about usability? And what are the ways that AV and media tools can be used to harness the potential of narrative in learning? TIDE Generator Host Kirsten Nelson speaks with Margot Douaihy, Ph.D., a writer, editor and analyst who teachers at Franklin Pierce University, and Francesa Birks, Global Insights Leader with a worldwide architecture firm to talk about the numerous ways technology is reshaping the classroom experience in K-12 and higher education.
The experts of the Advocates for Connected Experiences (ACE) have reconvened once again to explore back to school in the age of COVID. Covering topics ranging from logistics to technology options as well pedagogy to experience, dive in on this one-hour roundtable to hear how technology is being utilized to bring the home computer and webcam back to school in 2020. Ryan Cahoy, Education Committee, Digital Signage Federation https://www.linkedin.com/in/rjcahoy/ Kym Frank, President, Geopath https://www.linkedin.com/in/kymfrank/ Spencer Graham, Chairman, Digital Signage Federation https://www.linkedin.com/in/spencer-w-graham-ii-mba-dsce-164670a/ Dasher Lowe, Executive Director, Experiential and Producers Association https://www.linkedin.com/in/dasherlowe/ Kim Surabbi, Chairwoman, Advocates for Connected Experiences (ACE) https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimsarubbi/ Joé Lloyd, Senior Director of Communications, AVIXA https://www.linkedin.com/in/joelloyd77/ Moderator: Dave Haynes, Sixteen:Nine https://www.linkedin.com/in/davethaynes/
Esports is not only the hottest, fastest-growing segment of online gaming, it’s also one of the fastest-growing areas of study in higher education. Forward-looking colleges and universities are moving quickly to create new gaming spaces on their campuses — for learning and for entertainment. In this session, AVIXA features experts from Caldwell University and Full Sail University to discuss their recent esports projects and what it takes to create esports experiences that are as compelling as they are educational. Presented by: Hanane Abdalla, Communications Manager, AVIXA Anthony Yang - Executive Director, IT, Caldwell University Vince Lepore - Director, Events Technical Operations, Full Sail University
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas has long been on the cutting edge of collaborative learning environments. This session will explore one of the latest additions to the campus: Hospitality Hall, designed to support UNLV's world-class hotel administration program. Find out how a complex suite of AV solutions work together to meet the needs of a wide array of users and needs in spaces that span from convertible, interactive classrooms to an instructional kitchen, PGA Golf Management learning center and more.
Presented at InfoComm 2019 in Orlando, Florida.
AV projects for educational facilities require careful planning. From information gathering to completion, here are five steps to make the process a success.
In March 2020, when university administrations were starting to grasp the brutal realities of COVID-19, one of the many challenges they were facing was how to move their entire class schedules online.