5 Must Have Mobile Apps to Control Your Projector
By TD Staff · August 10, 2015 • Take care of everything from projector control to content management with this collection of projector control apps. Check out apps from developers such as IIX Inc., Seiko Epson Corporation, Hitachi Consumer Electronics Co., Ltd. and Panasonic Corporation.

Queen’s University Adds Digital Signal Processor to Collaboration Rooms for More Natural Sound
By Jessica Kennedy · August 7, 2015 • The university invested in Biamp Systems’ Tesira to increase sound quality in its collaboration rooms.

Educational Discount: iTeacherBook – Best Teacher Planner
By TechDecisions Staff · August 7, 2015 • Catch the right time to equip your school with software for teachers.

Elon University Invests In a Loudspeaker System for Big Sound in Its Great Hall
By Jessica Kennedy · August 7, 2015 • Elon University opts for a steerable Meyer Sound CAL loudspeaker system to support the acoustics in its Great Hall.

7 Questions End Users Should Ask to Keep Their Digital Signage Network Safe
By Josh Saiz, Analyst/Programmer III, Adjunct Faculty, The University of New Mexico · August 6, 2015 • Josh Saiz introduces the trouble with maintaining a digital signage network and reveals 7 main questions end users should ask to keep their networks safe. Saiz will also address these issues in depth at the EduComm session called: “Staying off the 6 O’clock News: What You Need to Know About Keeping Your Digital Signage Network Safe.”

McLane Stadium Fills the Stands with New Network, App Implementation at Baylor University
By Jessica Kennedy · August 6, 2015 • Baylor University and Extreme Networks worked together to deploy a new network in McLane Stadium for an improved fan experience.

UMass Medical School Invests in Projectors, Lecture Capture Solutions to Foster Collaboration
By Digital Projection · August 4, 2015 • In order to boost collaboration, UMass Medical School invests in projector and lecture capture solutions for its classrooms.

Mills College Installs New Sound System to Support Musical Experimentation
By Jessica Kennedy · August 4, 2015 • The college keeps musical experimentation humming in its concert hall with a brand new Meyer Sound system.

Apps Graduate from Teaching and Learning to Student Life Improvement
By Jessica Kennedy · August 3, 2015 • As app usage expands outside of college classrooms, students use them to improve their well-being and adjust to campus life during the school year.

Projectors 101 — The Basic Knowledge You Need for Your Higher Ed Solution
By TechDecisions · August 1, 2015 • Learn what the basic terms mean behind the projector, including lumens, throw distance, contrast ratio and more.

TechDecisions Guide to 29 Short-throw and Ultra-short-throw Projectors for Higher Ed
By Joe Paone · July 31, 2015 • The flexibility of projectors is growing rapidly. Wherever your space, there is a projector to fit. Short-throw and ultra-short-throw projectors are perfect options for small or short spaces. They also solve some time-honored negative aspects of projection buy solving instances of shadow and glare. In addition, see the specs for 24 short-throw and ultra-short-throw projectors. Get the details on projectors from Asus, BenQ, Casio, Dell, Epson, Dukane, Infocus, Mitsubishi, NEC, Optima, Ricoh, Sharp, Sony, ViewSonic

The Institute of Culinary Education Serves Better Content Delivery with T2 Computing, iPads
By Jessica Kennedy · July 30, 2015 • The Institute of Culinary Education wanted to give students fresh content in a new way. As a result, they invested in iPads and services by T2 Computing.

New Sound System Wows Visitors, Encourages Mixing at NMU
By Jessica Kennedy · July 30, 2015 • Northern Michigan University invests in a new sound system by Renkus-Heinz for its new $33.5 million instructional facility.

3 Ways Video Makes Online Learning More Engaging, from the Kaltura Connect Education Virtual Summit
By Jessica Kennedy · July 30, 2015 • Marco Fisbhen of Descomplica presented a lecture during the Kaltura Connect Education Virtual Summit conference addressing three main ways instructors can keep online students engaged with video.

The University of Liverpool Improves New Conference Space with Upgraded Audio
By Jessica Kennedy · July 29, 2015 • The University of Liverpool upgraded the audio setup in the Brett Building to give users a better auditory experience.

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