How to set up the ideal hybrid classroom without starting from scratch
Moderated by Kevin Hogan, eSchool News, Editor-at-Large
Many educators are investigating hybrid learning and some have begun experimenting – piecing together disjointed components, ultimately leaving them frustrated. There is no single solution that covers the diverse needs of each school. The landscape for hybrid solutions is vast, but Samsung and its partners can help your school to adapt and scale a hybrid learning environment that delivers the student engagement results your district expects.
Samsung, a global technology leader, provides a diverse portfolio of technologies including smart signage, interactive displays, direct view LED, and monitors to support school’s communication with students, faculty, and parents. When combined with Boxlight, a leading provider of instructional technology and or solutions like Cisco WebEx and Logitech cameras, Samsung is delivering the manageable solution you need.
Join experts from Samsung and Boxlight to learn how to set up the ideal hybrid classroom without starting from scratch. Take hybrid learner engagement to the next level. Are you ready?
Meet Your Speakers
National Sales Director, Samsung
Director of Strategic Alliances, Samsung
VP of Sales; Platforms & Services, Boxlight
Head of Global Strategic Alliances, Samsung
Michael Smith is the Head of Global Strategic Alliances for Samsung Electronics America (SEA) Display Division. In this role he is the crucial link for Samsung’s business interests in Enterprise Display driving Global large-scale partnerships with major content, hardware, and software companies.
Prior to joining Samsung, Michael was the National Sales Manager for Sony Electronics where he was responsible for the strategic sales planning of Sony’s Home Audio/Video Business. His efforts provided the bridge between US-based sales/marketing executive teams and within the Sony organization in Japan building alignment and consensus for mutually beneficial business wins. Michael developed and executed balanced sales strategies which expanded distribution while managing channel conflict and driving record market share gains.