"Challenges in Designing a Collaborative Classroom (as it relates to AV)" at UBTech 2012

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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

21st Century Classrooms demand more A/V technology than a TV and DVD player to be effective. Projectors, flat panel displays, computers, document cameras, streaming, and sound reinforcement are all valuable tools for instruction.

The design of these classrooms needs to provide benefits to students, teachers and administrators alike. They should be easy to use and reliable, as well as satisfy the technology requirements of today, while being ready for those of tomorrow.

In this session Tom Schnabel will provide an in-depth discussion on challenges you will face when incorporating A/V technologies in your classroom and strategies for successful implementation that benefits all stakeholders.

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