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An audiovisual design and management consultant offers six takeaways from the biggest AV trade show of the year.
Students entering colleges and universities these days are an increasingly tech-savvy bunch, armed with a growing number of mobile devices and the expectations that they will be trained using tools and graphics-intensive applications that are in line with their every-day tech experience. They also want to have access to these software tools wherever they are The post Want to please students? Going virtual may be the answer appeared first on
Hands-free video inspires schools to experiment with social media app’s wearable techAuthor: Karine JolyWhether or not you’re one of the 166 million daily Snapchat users, it’s impossible to ignore the deep impact of the mobile app on how teens and young adults communicate.
Higher ed institutions offer customized sets of emojis featuring school logos and mascotsAuthor: Ray BendiciHigher ed institutions—capitalizing on the popularity of the digital pictographs—now offer customized sets of emojis featuring school logos, mascots and other themed graphics, such as smiling or winking faces.
By Meghan Bogardus CortezAt the community college, students, staff and IT can do more after a network overhaul.
Free parent engagement app ClassTag has added integrated printing in an effort to communicate with parents wherever they happen to be.
Nearly nine in 10 (87 percent) of E-rate applicants say E-rate funds are vital to their internet connectivity goals, according to the initial findings of Funds For Learning's seventh-annual survey.
Smoothwall has unveiled Cloud Filter for Chrome, an off-site filtering tool for the Chrome browser.
West Corp., the maker of SchoolMessenger software suite, has released a new mobile and web app designed to streamline communication between school and home. It replaces the previous InfoCenter app, while adding functionality.
Otus has unveiled updates to its data management platform designed to offer more options for data analysis and reporting to inform district-level decisions.