Anaheim, California (October 2, 2014) - Extron Electronics is pleased to announce they have teamed up with Concordia Architects to demonstrate innovative learning environments at the CEFPI Annual Conference and Exposition, October 3-6 in Portland, OR. These “places” were developed to reflect changes in instruction that promote more critical thinking, problem solving, and communication, and draw on Extron’s expertise in educational technology including PoleVault Digital for classroom AV, TeamWork for collaboration, and GlobalViewer software for bells, paging, and intercom.
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