The average age of public school buildings in the United States is nearly 50. And while the 1970s and 1980s certainly had their charms, the
You’ve likely seen digital signage in places like Times Square or the Vegas Strip, but you don’t have to be the Rockettes to take advantage
Editor's note: AVI Systems staff updated this blog post on Jan. 11, 2021, to provide more insight and clarity into improving audio in the
Editor’s Note: Special thanks to Bose Professional for its sponsorship of this five-part blog series on audiovisual trends in the higher
Editor’s Note: This is the fourth of a five-part blog series sponsored by Bose Professional.
Editor’s Note: This is the second of a five-part blog series sponsored by Bose Professional.
Throughout his career, Brad Sousa, CTO at AVI Systems, has been finding the best ways to implement new AV technologies to enhance how
The University of Kansas Hospital built its Cambridge Tower A in order to handle the expected 30 percent increase of overall inpatient
When the fire alarm goes off at work, and you have to drop everything to obey the flashing lights, voice instructions, and the screeching
College campuses can be vast places, where freshman tend to get lost the first week trying to navigate their new surroundings. But, they're
Today’s college students come armed with plenty of personal technology devices, and they expect the technology in their college and
AV and IT managers in higher education are busy and don’t always have time to research the latest AV trends. With everything else going
Education, and the world for that matter, has seen significant change in the way students and teachers interact with one another to further
Preparing for a new school year used to mean cleaning the desks and checking the pencil sharpener. But modern institutions of higher
Undergraduate university students who are after a degree in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are more successful in
We all know a teenager (or adult) who can’t be pried away from video games -- and they are not alone. According to Peter Diamandis, founder
In this day and age, there is no escaping the constant technological advances. Technology has evolved our everyday life, especially in
The debate over tablets in schools has taken many twists and turns over time. It’s always hard to predict what will happen with new and
It wasn’t that long ago that when your college classmate wanted to see your notes from last week’s lecture, you handed them a sheet of
People toting BYODs—Bring Your Own Devices—with them is a fact of modern life, and K-12 schools are no exception to this rule.
Technology has revolutionized the college campus, but as with most things in life, technology adoption isn’t a one size fits all affair.
Take a stroll through the 102,000-square-foot Olin School of Business at Washington University and you’ll see students using