Creating SMART Board Center Activities

Creating SMART Board Center Activities

Teachers are always looking for ways to get students excited about learning. During this webinar, AVI-SPL’s Kelly Derushia will show you how to take a problem or question and use SMART Notebook to create an interactive lesson that students can complete on their own. This 45-minute webinar will also cover basic SMART Notebook techniques.

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About the Presenter
As Professional Development Curriculum Director for AVI-SPL, Kelly Derushia oversees professional development offerings that help K-12 educators integrate technology within their classrooms. He has over 10 years of teaching experience, and has been recognized Who’s Who Among American Teachers for five years straight. Derushia is a SMART Exemplary Educator and was a facilitator for Dr. Jennifer King’s Summer Technology Institute at Florida Southern College in 2011

How to Connect Your iPad in the Classroom

How to Connect Your iPad in the Classroom

Do you have an iPad? Do you want to use it in your classroom but don’t how to? This webinar will focus on educators that have one iPad and want to use it for their classroom. Topics will be how to connect it to your projector and what apps to use to leverage this tool for effective use.

About the Presenter

As Professional Development Curriculum Director for AVI-SPL, Kelly Derushia oversees professional development offerings that help K-12 educators integrate technology within their classrooms. He has over 10 years of teaching experience, and has been recognized Who’s Who Among American Teachers for five years straight. Derushia is a SMART Exemplary Educator and was a facilitator for Dr. Jennifer King’s Summer Technology Institute at Florida Southern College in 2011

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Campus Collaboration Playbook

In this workbook produced by AV Technology, AVI-SPL Director of Education Collaboration Services Erin Minich offers her insight into planning for an interactive classroom. You’ll gain insight into the technologies you should be considering, collaborative solutions that are helping higher education, and federal funding of video collaboration systems in colleges and universities.

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NEC Displays for the Education Market

NEC Displays for the Education Market

NEC product managers review the company’s latest display solutions for the K-12 and higher education markets, including projectors and large-format displays.

About the presenters

Benjamin Hardy, Sr. Product Specialist for NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc., focuses on the technologies and design of NEC’s large-screen products. He is responsible for product launches with specification details, technical documents and competitive matrices to support the sales department.

Rich McPherson, Product Manager of Projectors for NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc., is responsible for the company’s full projector lineup. Rich manages the marketing and messaging of projector families, pricing and inventory issues, product roadmaps and all engineering and technical aspects of the projectors. Rich works closely with the sales and channel marketing teams and has been with NEC since 1995.

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Technology in the BYOD Campus

Technology in the BYOD Campus: The BYO Evolution

Ten tablets walk into your classroom: One says, “I need a wireless connection to your projectors,” another asks for Bluetooth, and the remaining eight ask for different wired connections.  Sound familiar?  How do you provide tools that allow professors and students to interact when the devices they use are evolving so rapidly? This webinar highlights the challenges and opportunities the BYOD trend provides and looks at the AMX solutions that meet those challenges.
About the presenter
For nearly 20 years, Casey Foulds oversaw Classroom Instruction Technology and the daily operation of classroom technology at Texas Woman’s University.  In her roles, she designed, installed, maintained and trained both technical staff and faculty end users on classroom technology systems, and audio visual tools that enhanced learning across three campuses.  With AMX she grows and develops existing and new relationships with higher education end users and helps plan and foster academic technology plans with university and college stakeholders.  She also supports and assists new technology implementations with higher education technology specialists.

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Driving the Future of Next-Generation Learning

Driving the Future of Next-Generation Learning

Technology, globalization and demographics are changing the world of education. With technology at a turning point, educators have plenty of challenges to address. Mary Schlegelmilch, Cisco Business Development Manager for Education, discusses how colleges and universities are being innovative in their use of technology. Join us to learn how you too can transform your educational institution.

About the presenter

Mary Schlegelmilch is Business Development Manager, Education for Cisco. She has extensive experience with distance and online learning, providing professional development, and with one-to-one initiatives and blended learning. As a member of the Cisco team, Schlegelmilch is dedicated to education and implementing technology that will shape the way we teach and learn.

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