Video conference-enabled huddle spaces, conference rooms, and seminar rooms—every college and university has them, and they’re all… not great. Join a cadre of peers from colleges and universities to tackle these common design scenarios. This virtual activity-based workshop will present a series of scenarios and participants will work in groups to determine possible solutions then share with the larger group for plenty of open discussion.
- Identify and explore multiple solutions to common higher ed AV project scenarios
- Build a cohort of like-minded fellow college and university AV professionals
- Determine how to best work within budget and time constraints while still delivering appropriate AV solutions
Basic/Non-Member: $299 USD
Premium: $254 USD
Elite: $224 USD
CTS: 3 CTS-D: 3 CTS-I: 3 Max: 3
Principal Learning Space Engineer
Christopher Dechter, CTS-D, CTS-I, is Principal Learning Space Engineer at Indiana University. In his over fifteen years of AV and IT, he has focused almost exclusively on the design and integration of technology in higher education at multiple institutions. He wears glasses and usually has multiple tools on him at all times. He collects AV industry certifications, decorative jelly spoons, and souvenir shot glasses.
Associate Director of Academic Technology-Eng/Technical Services
Oregon State University
Marc has 15 plus years of experience in design, installation, support for production, broadcast, and educational technology systems. He's had a major focus in past 10 years in helping higher education departments, colleges balance technology aspirations, and technical hurdles to make their collaboration dreams become reality. The consummate Audio Video Diplomat. When he's not terminating category cable, soldering ends, programming control systems, or putting up the good fight in the HDCP battle, he can be found in the backwoods throwing himself off of mountains in the Pacific Northwest on his mountain bike.
AV Systems Designer
University of Missouri
Jameson has spent the last 15 years navigating the higher education a/v market. Starting out with being the tv cart delivery man, basic technician and troubleshooting, and now design engineer for our in-house integration department. He's learned a few tips and tricks along the way, and I'm always looking to get a few of those from others as well.
AV Systems Engineer
University of Kentucky
Justin Rexing currently works as an Audiovisual Systems Design Engineer for Western Kentucky University and is owner of Rexing Consulting Group, LLC. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Systems and holds a Master’s of Science, both obtained from WKU. Justin has designed and engineered audiovisual solutions for various vertical markets from government and enterprise, large stadiums, corporate, entertainment, restaurants and house of worship venues.
01 July 2020
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time