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The Truth Behind Social Media In Your College Classroom
As social media presence grows in the classroom, colleges are seeing how it boosts and deflates college education and culture.

5 Ways to Amp Up Your College’s Sports Stadium
Colleges are able to attract attendees by updating their digital signage presence, Wi-Fi, seating spaces, parking spaces, and food menus.

North Carolina State University’s Hunt Library Brings A/V and IT Together
North Carolina State University’s Hunt Library features digital learning environments where students, professors and the community can conduct cutting edge research in engineering, gaming and the media arts. Technology includes a simulation lab and a gaming lab powered by Christie Digital MicroTiles, five Christie Spyder X20 video processors and Sennheiser K-array KK102 thin-line modular line arrays.

Michigan State University Uses New Visual Display to Boost Spartan Spirit
Michigan State University wanted something bigger and better to highlight their basketball program and win over prospective recruits.

College Students Can Stay Safe on Campus with New In Case of Crisis App
In Case of Crisis app recently partnered with Blackboard and is becoming a go-to for college emergency procedures across the country.

Emmanuel College Goes Mobile with Internet Radio Broadcasting
Emmanuel College uses Backbone software to create an Internet radio broadcast.

Campus Security Increases with Electromechanical Lock System Solution
With electromechanical key systems, colleges are able to control and access the locks online and in real time from a remote location and keep campus safe.

5 Investments that Will Keep Your Campus Safe
Colleges can keep their students, faculty and staff safe by equipping their campuses with safety equipment.

How Your College Can Play it Safe with BYOD Networks
Colleges are now able to control their BYOD networks to protect its students from cyber-attacks.

Louisiana State University Combines Academia and the Arts With New Digital Media Center
Historically, the university has been not only a repository of knowledge but a seeker of it, as well. Schools regularly collaborate with industry, science and other spheres to broaden their knowledge base and, if they’re adroit enough, help their bottom lines, too. The newly opened Louisiana Digital Media Center (DMC) at Louisiana State University (LSU) is the perfect example of that synergy between academia and industry. What sets the venue apart from others of it's kind is its 7.1-surround Meyer Sound cinema system .

State-of-the-Art Security on Exhibit at Art Academy
The Academy of Art University in San Francisco is protecting its students, faculty and facilities with updated security measures and lock systems.

5 Ways to Light up Your College Classroom with a Projector
One of the most effective ways to keep students’ eyes locked on a lesson is through rich and colorful projector presentation.

Campus Safety Conference Educates Over 300 Attendees
The Campus Safety Conference featured safety lessons and hi-tech security equipment for schools to use and protect their students.

Why Your College Should Consider the Rules of Engagement in Distance Learning
An online learning teacher discovers ways to keep her distance learners engaged.

Digital Signage Boosts ROI at St. Louis University
Media Services at St Louis University has learned to justify technology purchases




What we can learn from Williams College’s search for a flexible acoustical solution.