Multimedia specialist Joshua Kaufman is passionate about “designing universally,” and is on a mission to raise awareness of accessible edtech.
For LMU’s Classroom and Creative Services team, creating the right spaces for the School of Film and Television came down to choosing the right partners, listening closely to users, and then cultivating long-term relationships with them to achieve the most desirable results.
Part 2 of T&LU Interview: Increasing desire for hands-on, tactile modes of production and learning on campus.
Annual IT event explored how to diversify programs, innovate online pedagogy, and embrace the cloud, AI, AV, & esports.
Boston University’s Learning & Event Technology Services (LETS) is a team of 22 people whose primary function is supporting the technology on two campuses—as well as assisting with live meeting and events for several thousand events per year.
The electronic juggernaut is poised to become one of higher education’s most exciting new offerings.
For AV integrators, virtual reality may seem like a difficult sell, but many analysts argue that now is the time to consider it as powerful addition to their toolkits.
Education technology stakeholders are watching AI developments closely to learn where an infusion of machine intelligence can improve classroom UX. How can AI add value to traditional campus AV?
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