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Penn State University: Building a flexible learning space

Lecturers are treated like royalty at Penn State’s Struthers Auditorium, a lecture theater in the Smeal College of Business with a range of setups that can accommodate just about any teaching style. "We have designed features to support the instructor’s pedagogical style,” explains Gary Field, research systems manager for the Smeal College of Business. “Our multiple projector design allows instructors to project multiple sources side-by-side—for example, a document camera to show notes while a video is playing.

Temple University: Streamlining tech support

Consider the scene: an esteemed faculty member stands at a podium, about to lecture to a room full of eager students, and can’t locate the document camera that’s key to her presentation. Or a student who has worked for weeks to perfect his class presentation doesn’t know how to hook up his laptop to the projector.

Automate Innovation Series: Automate Sustainability

By employing consolidated technology management hardware and software, money can be saved and sustainability maximized

Automating aspects of technology management can aid colleges and universities in multiple ways, from increased student and professor satisfaction to reduced energy usage and costs. In addition to these benefits, with its resource management software, Texas A&M University has achieved a reduced IT staff size and more effective troubleshooting. This web seminar, originally broadcast on February 27, 2013, addressed the benefits of resource management software, including those realized through automation.

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AMX Modero X Series Delivers Live Video Streaming Preview

Multi Preview Live Accessory Now Shipping

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Technology makes the connection at Wake Forest

University finds a way to bridge the gap between campuses
Being some 90 miles away from Wake Forest University’s sprawling main campus in Winston-Salem, the school’s new satellite campus in uptown Charlotte could seem like a distant star to the students who attend its adjunct MBA program, but foresight and imagination have brought the two campuses culturally and technologically closer. 

Seamless system allows medical school to go global

Stanford lecture capture technology is user-friendly, far-reaching

At the Stanford University School of Medicine’s new learning center, one system of capturing lectures does it all—from scheduling and recording an event to distribution of audio and video files.

“When you’re training future medical doctors, it’s important to ensure they have all the tools and resources to become the best physicians they can be,’’ says Trent Tanaka, Director of AV Technology at the school.

Innovative design makes learning more interactive for students and faculty

AMX technology enhances state-of-the-art health science facility
Students in the Net generation enter higher education with an expectation that cutting-edge technology will be a force in their academic experience, but its use comes with strict requirements at George Washington University, which in 2007 made a commitment to creating a more collaborative learning environment. 

Three universities win AMX Innovation Awards for transformative uses of technology

Winners enabled seamless collaboration, reduced costs and enhanced teaching and learning
Three higher ed institutions have been recognized for their innovative uses of technology by the judges of the 2012 AMX Innovation Awards. The Stanford University School of Medicine, the Academic Technologies department of George Washington University, and the Wake Forest Schools of Business have been named this year’s winners.
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Latest AMX Rapid Project Maker Exceeds Configuration Speed Limits

Cloud-based Version 1.2 Blazes up To 60 Times Faster than Traditional Configurations

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The Connected Campus: Learning Spaces Beyond the Classroom

AMX technology drives improvements in training tomorrow’s vets at the University of Florida
The uses for AV technologies in higher ed aren’t limited to traditional classrooms. At the University of Florida’s new three-story, 100,000 square-foot veterinary teaching hospital, an integrated AV network is woven into the fabric of the building. In this University Business web seminar, originally presented on May 22, 2012, David John, safety and security supervisor at the College of Veterinary Medicine, discussed how the hospital is using its AV network to improve patient care as well as the learning experience for students.

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