Technology for delivering audio, video, and other school presentations must be affordable and simple to use if it is to transform teaching and learning: That was one of the predominant themes at this year's InfoComm conference, held June 18-20 in Las Vegas.

Nearly 35,000 educational technologists and other IT professionals attended the world's largest audio-visual (AV) technology conference--an increase of more than 3,000 over last year's show. And from cables and connectors to interactive whiteboards and personal response systems, the focus was on affordability and ease of use for solutions designed with teachers, students, and school district IT staff in mind.

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