THE STREAMING SOLUTION THAT CAN HELP WITH IT ALL
Bring a human element to your teaching, even when you are not face to face. Today’s educators need to be able to create engaging video for streaming, sharing and recording during lectures, demonstrations, video conferences, speeches, and more. Innovation is the key for adapting to a variety of educational needs. Video is a powerful tool that allows instructors to continue teaching in online, flipped, blended, and hybrid learning environments, or even connect with students and parents when they are away from school. Whether it’s for distance learning, guest lectures, staff meetings, or community outreach, it is essential to bring a human element to teaching and present engaging content when face-to-face interaction is not possible. Educators must develop innovative learning strategies and distribute to students across a variety of platforms for optimal student interaction. Access to affordable and easy to use live streaming solutions allow them to do just that with a video production system and professional cameras.
REMOTE COLLABORATION TOOLS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
Everyone is aware of the effect of COVID-19 on education. In many states, including Arizona, school districts are delaying the start of in-person classes due to concerns from parents, teachers, and school administrators. Right here in Tempe, Arizona State University has launched its fall semester with a hybrid approach, aiming to offer distance learning options to minimize classroom density and enforce social distancing.
What does that mean for the classroom? Whether in elementary classrooms or higher education, schools need to embrace easy-to-use collaboration technology to enable flexible learning models. Keep reading to learn about essential classroom technology to cope with current education challenges.
We, at Level 3 Audiovisual have the opportunity to work with some world-class educators in various pedagogical disciplines in our pursuit to provide next generation technology solutions for higher education organizations. Several of these organizations are leading the learning technology evolution and changing the way they approach classroom technology configurations.
HOW TO CHOOSE BOARDROOM TECHNOLOGY THAT LETS YOUR STYLE SHINE
You might know a car enthusiast who dropped a lot of cash on some fancy rims or a movie buff who invested a little extra dough equipping a killer home theater, but when was the last time you heard someone bragging about tricking out their corporate boardroom? When it comes to meeting spaces, companies often try to get by with the bare minimum in audiovisual solutions, but without the right boardroom technology, you could end up losing more time and money in the long run.
Education is a staple of modern life and technology is increasingly a staple of modern education. The education technology industry represents $8 billion in annual spending, and public schools in the United States spend $3 billion a year on digital content. In most cases it’s money well spent. Seventy-four percent of teachers who responded to a recent national survey conducted by PBS said technology enables them to reinforce and expand classroom content. In addition, 73 percent of respondents said technology helps them better respond to a variety of learning styles, and more than two-thirds said they want more technology in their classrooms. Despite the benefits, however, simply adding more technology to the classroom, whether in K-12 or higher education, doesn’t guarantee results.