Accessing the Power of Mobile Device Management
By TechDecisions Staff · August 26, 2016 •
Whether you're issuing students mobile devices or they're bringing their own devices into the classroom, institutions need a way to keep track of them and keep them secure.
Commercial Integrator Top 20 HigherEd Market Integrators of 2016
By Tom LeBlanc · August 25, 2016 •
These innovative, market-leading firms offer advice on how to stay at the forefront of this sophisticated vertical.
Five Steps to Create the Best Campus Mobile App
By Meg Robinson · August 23, 2016 •
Bridgewater State University reveals how the school had success integrating a campus mobile app into the school.
The Ugly Truth about Admissions Fraud
By Andrew Hastings · August 22, 2016 •
Getting into competitive schools is harder than ever, which is increasingly raising concerns about fraud in higher education.
Library at Chapel Hill Gets Audio Visual Overhaul
By TechDecisions Staff · August 18, 2016 •
Two adjacent meeting rooms can now split resources and benefit from the same technology thanks to new audio and video equipment in each room.
Don’t Believe the Hype: Lockdowns Work
By Robin Hattersley Gray · August 16, 2016 •
Lockdown/shelter in place is a very effective civilian response to active shooters.
Audio Console Handles Sound at New Mississippi State Production Facility
By TechDecisions Staff · August 15, 2016 •
The new facility and its two video control rooms will handle all of the school’s sports audio needs, including broadcast sound for SEC Network shows, intercom audio for operations, foldback audio for on-air talent and live sound inside the venue.
Blended Learning: The New Trend In Education And The Benefits It Provides
By Alison Blankenship · August 11, 2016 •
Educators who are looking to teach students how to be effective in the modern world must learn to embrace technology in their instruction.
Why You Don’t Have to Start from Scratch When Designing Higher Ed Huddle Rooms
By Tim Albright · August 9, 2016 •
With a standard starting point for huddle spaces, AV integrators can now use the same technologies for higher education huddle spaces as they do for corporate, saving time and increasing efficiency.
New Color Brightness Specification Addresses Growth in Use of Color Multimedia Content
By Phong Phanel · August 8, 2016 •
What we hear from end users – both in higher education and K-12 – is that image quality is the number one thing they look for when purchasing new projectors.
How This Digital Learning Technology Put Students on the Path to Success
By Julie Conover · August 4, 2016 •
When students in a core course aren’t doing well, it’s time for a radical change.
The College Admissions Process and Campus Security
By Robin Hattersley Gray · August 2, 2016 •
The Department of Ed wants universities to admit more individuals who have been involved in the criminal justice system, yet colleges are also under pressure to improve security. How can we achieve both goals?
Here’s a Distance Learning Solution that Won’t Drive IT Directors Bananas
By TechDecisions Staff · August 1, 2016 •
Monarch LCS is designed to allow administrators to easily define profiles for live streamed and recorded lectures by mixing camera and presentation material from SDI and HDMI sources.
Campus Safety Study Shows Wide Adoption of Security Cameras on Campuses
By TechDecisions Staff · July 28, 2016 •
According to Campus Safety’s latest survey, an overwhelming majority of universities, hospitals and schools have adopted video surveillance systems, with most planning on acquiring more in the next three years.
Streaming: The Groundbreaking Innovation that Changed Distance Learning Forever
By Tim Albright · July 26, 2016 •
A natural evolution of class capture, streaming allows integrators to interface with the class scheduling system and send the lecture capture file to a number of places, truly duplicating the expensive distance learning systems of the 90s.