If you’re headed to the UBTech 2013 Conference in June (10-12 in Orlando), you should definately add Gary Kayye’s The Future of AV in the Classroom to your workshop schedule. UB Tech is a national summit on Higher Education Technology and Leadership and is higher education’s most focused, high-level conversation about technology’s impact on every aspect of campus leadership and practice. There are over 80 educational sessions that cover topics like:
- Campus Network and Infrastructure
- Facilities Planning and Design
- Teaching and Learning Technologies
- Marketing Your Institution
- Financial Services
Gary was asked by UBTech to specifically address what the classroom will look like in five years from today in his session The Future of AV in the Classroom. It’s being held Wed., June 12, 2013 – 9:50 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Gary will not only talk about what the classroom will look like, he’ll also demo new technologies that will make classrooms easier to design and manage as well as easier to teach in.
Details on the session are here: http://ubtechconference.com/session/future-av-classroom
Because Gary is a speaker, our readers are being given a 50 percent off registration fee pass (but, there are a limited number of them). Go to: http://ubtechconference.com/ and click on the orange REGISTER NOW button and use code rave2013 to get the discount.