Here Is the Latest Info on Almo’s “Distance Learning Preparedness” Webinar
In the face of a global pandemic, Almo Professional A/V offers its partners with a distance learning plan comprised of Revenue Generating Connectivity Solutions, products and the preparation needed to be a valuable asset to educational institutions for the 2020-21 school year and beyond.
Today’s educators face the start of a school year unlike any they’ve ever experienced. They must be ready to create learning environments that are safe, socially-distant and potentially all online. To that end, Almo has expanded its service offering for bandwidth, hot spots and internet security to help integrators prepare schools for the best possible outcome. Also, Almo has partnered with Cattura Video to provide CaptureCast lecture capture devices, which enable recording and livestreaming while easing the technology burden for educators.
Register for the Almo webinar, “Distance Learning Preparedness,” on July 31, 2020, at noon Eastern to hear from an expert panel about some of the best AV equipment and technology for schools, teachers and students to ensure a useful learning experience.
“A majority of schools are starting the year with some type of distance-learning plan in place, whether its full-time, part of a hybrid model or as a back-up should a local outbreak occur,” said Rob Voorhees, business development manager, CTNS at Almo Professional A/V. “Internet bandwidth is an essential service that schools and students will be relying on to bridge the learning gap between in-person and distance learning.”
Voorhees added, “All internet service sales through Almo provide a lifetime of recurring revenue to the integrator as well as peace-of-mind and added efficiency to the end user. We have the expertise to analyze a district’s current bandwidth then make recommendations for improvements, which can lead to considerable cost savings for that district or university. Almo also offers access to device security features to ensure hot spots are not being used maliciously, as well as a reporting and device management layer, which the schools will find essential.”
Read the blog post from Rob Voorhees: Making Virtual and Distance Learning an Easier Reality.