Panasonic promoted its engaged classroom technology system, which combines core digital video, computer, and display expertise with Audio Enhancement’s classroom audio systems. Under the system, integrated video, computers, projectors, whiteboards, tablet PCs, printers, and wireless audio systems come together to create a complete educational solution, the companies said. Classroom teachers have point-and-click control of the entire technology package. They can capture audio-video images from around the room, from any source; share materials with students anywhere in the classroom or across the network; and project images onto a screen and engage students with the teacher’s voice. http://www.panasonic.com/education http://www.audioenhancement.com
Troxell Communications discussed its role in bringing distance learning to Central Arizona College (CAC) students. The company helped CAC find the right AV solutions and provided demos and training. Troxell also announced a new technology showroom at its Phoenix headquarters, which has on display many products from the company’s leading vendor partners. Plans for the fully integrated multimedia showcase include customer presentations and product demonstrations.