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        Crestron Welcomes Summer Intern Class Of 2015

        June 29, 2015

        Crestron has kicked off its summer internship program, welcoming the “Class of 2015? to its world headquarters and its family of over 3000 employees.

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        Commercial Integrator

        7 Tech Trends Shaping Mass Notification Emergency Communication

        April 3, 2015

        Analysis of current mass notification trends and how two-way listing, analog-to-digital and other factors will impact the future of MNEC.

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        INC.

        7 Gadgets to Help You Get Through Your Next Presentation

        February 2015

        Crestron TST-602-WALL Wall Mount Wireless Touch Screen - This wall-mounted boardroom touch panel is designed for total control over a presentation. Once connected into the office, you can control the lights, the projector, and even your slideshow with a few finger presses. A new voice command system means you can also control the room by speaking commands. The 5.7-inch touch panel requires pro install and related wireless gear.

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        Tech Decisions

        Central Arizona College Invests in Crestron Gear, Mobile Furniture for Collaborative Classrooms

        January 22, 2015

        Central Arizona College developed collaborative classrooms to support BYOD and maintain instructors’ familiarity with teaching methods.

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        Tech Decisions

        Crestron Most Popular in “Best Products” Slideshow

        December 5, 2015

        While HigherEdTD’s “Best Products of 2014” slideshow was not a competition, it is clear end-users can’t get enough of Crestron. Media services and operations managers submitted five separate Crestron products, which almost makes up half of the entire slideshow, including the DMPS-300-C, Crestron Fusion, Streaming Input Card for DM Switchers (DMC-STR), Air Media, and Capture HD Recorder.

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        AV Technology

        Active Learning in the Arts: Northern Arizona University’s Collaborative Classroom

        September 29, 2014

        At Northern Arizona University (NAU), professors in the School of Visual Communication have begun experimenting with a new tool, a collaborative graphic arts classroom, that promises to help with both challenges. The technology in this room encourages a more democratic approach to education, where students can learn more actively, retain knowledge more effectively and develop higher level thinking skills.

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        AV Network

        The Most Important Installations of the Year 2014

        September 8, 2014

        Every year, new benchmarks are set for technology and skills in design and commissioning of boundary-stretching projects. Whether the technology is new, the POs are huge, or the installation presents crazy new challenges, there is much to be gained from a project that almost knocked you over but instead boosted you up with new excitement about what this industry accomplishes every day. The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex at the University of Oregon is not a stadium, but a six-story football player practice, education, and recruiting center. At the heart of the facility’s video systems are Crestron DigitalMedia and Crestron control technology.

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        Tech Decisions

        Distance Learning for Higher Ed Institutions

        July 2014 (Page 1)

        Higher Education sometimes requires flexibility. Schools are seeing a rise in non-traditional students who may need to work full time while attending school or who may not be able to commit to the traditional college schedule. A Distance learning program allows these students to have the same educational opportunities, but on a schedule that is more convenient for them. A school can have distance learning courses or an entire program. Either way, there is no set formula for building distance education at your school, but there are a few elements that can help you get there, including Crestron's Capture HD recorder.

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        Tech Decisions

        Whittier Law School’s Technology Makeover Prepares Students for Real-Life Law

        July 17, 2014 (Page 1)

        The technology in Whittier Law School's courtrooms, jury room and judges quarters are up-to-date with the times and students demands thanks to Crestron control and Crestron DigitalMedia.

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        Sound & Communications

        School of Law: Technology Rocks

        May 19, 2014 (Page 1)

        It’s no surprise that the courts have become heavy users of audio and video systems: surveys conducted more than 10 years ago revealed that the vast majority of judges felt that evidence presentations using video technology helped them to reach better decisions, and more than 90% of jurors agreed. Yet using technology effectively remains a challenge for many attorneys, one that the Saint Louis University (SLU) School of Law is determined to overcome—at least for those they train. Their new academic building, Joe and Loretta Scott Hall, is a showplace for digital audio and video systems: 24 classrooms, lecture halls, conference and consulting rooms have high-definition systems installed, including a beautiful new courtroom on the top floor.

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