Technology Classrooms

All Technology Classroom sessions will be held in one of two Exhibit Hall Technology Classrooms, located at the end of Aisles 300 and 1100. Attend one of these informative sessions and you’ll be entered
to win a $50 gift card, for each presentation you attend—each day! Attend multiple sessions and you’ll be entered multiple times! Winners will be announced at each session!

Technology Classroom 1

1:15 pm - 1:45 pm
Evolving the Service Function within Higher Education

Andrew Graf, Lead Analyst

Envision your institutions IT department being able to provide more services, reduce costs, while being able to increase customer satisfaction. With the proper IT solutions in place this idea is possible today. In this webinar, TeamDyanmix industry analyst, Andrew Graf will provide a live demonstration on how TeamDynamix ITSM solution can provide your institution the insight needed to achieve these goals—today.

Presented by TeamDynamix

1:50 pm - 2:20 pm
Cutting the Cord: How Crestron’s Wireless Solutions Enable Multi-Platform Connectivity for the Modern Classroom

Howard Rose, Education Manager

Paper notebooks have been replaced with portable electronic devices in today’s BYOD classroom. Content, work, curriculum, and homework are now shared digitally.  Lesson plans have also changed with the flipped classroom.  Learn how Crestron offers schools active learning spaces where students wirelessly present their work and collaborate in smaller sub-groups/teams.

Presented by Crestron Electronics, Inc.

2:25 pm - 2:55 pm
Teaching in the Cloud with Your Feet on the Ground

Laurie Burruss, Education Innovation Leader

With the exponential growth of Internet learning resources, teaching and learning now take place somewhere between the classroom and the cloud. Explore the creation of aggregated learning playlists and how to implement cloud applications. Discuss tools that create personalized curricula, programs and projects that support self-learning, hybrid or flipped classrooms, and online courses.

Presented by

5:20 pm - 5:50 pm
Campus-wide Digital Display Network: From Concept to Reality

Sanjay Manandhar, CEO, Aerva, Inc.

Learn how to roll out large, campus-wide display network systems for departments, student life, libraries, dorms, emergency management and even sporting venues. Aerva will share best practices in getting your concept to reality with networks like Northeastern University in Boston that use Aerva's Cloud-based, management software. Managed by multiple users with different roles all using just a browser, a cohesive management platform can be used for digital menu boards in food courts, moderated social media and user-genrated content in sporting venues, informational messaging in libraries, dorms as well as for security alert and emergency management.

Presented by Aerva

Technology Classroom 2

1:15 pm - 1:45 pm
The Ugly Side of Technology

Quang Ha, Director - Sales & Business Development 

  • Advancement of Technology in Education
  • Risk Statistics
  • Risk Reduction
  • Too late? Now What?
  • Conclusion & About Us

Presented by Worth Avenue Group

1:50 pm - 2:20 pm
How University of Florida  Adopted a Campus-Wide Video Strategy

Brian Smith, Video Operations Supervisor, University of Florida

The University of Florida is home to sixteen colleges and dozens of other entities including health centers, continuing education, and distance learning programs. To overcome the challenges of increased video creation, University of Florida Information Technology has sought to develop a campus-wide video strategy using Mediasite Enterprise Video Platform. Now all campus video, including lectures, live streams, faculty-made screencasts, videoconference recordings and user-generated content is centralized and secure. See how UFIT has harnessed the technology to eliminate barriers to adoption and made video content management accessible to the entire university community.

Presented by Mediasite by Sonic Foundry

2:25 pm - 2:55 pm
Protect Your Students and School With Social Media/E-mail Monitoring and Archiving

Que Mangus, Product Marketing Manager

Ever-increasing threats in our schools continue to put students, teachers and staff at risk. These threats include violence, cyberbullying, harassment and cheating. This session will provide valuable information on how social media/email monitoring and archiving can help to reduce or even stop harmful incidents from occurring at your school.

Presented by GWAVA Technologies

3:00 - 3:30
Securing Your Schools Digital Content & Textbooks

Renault Ross, Symantec National Security & Privacy Architect

Are you taking the appropriate steps to secure your school’s information and digital assets? Stop by this session to learn about: online and cloud security, reducing risks and threats throughout your environment, and enabling a safe environment for accessing data through all endpoints. 

Presented by Symantec

Technology Classroom 1

1:15 pm - 1:45 pm
Dashboards and Analytics That Track Student Outcomes

Tim Beckett, Higher Education/K-12 Sales Manager

The need for quality is ever-present and involves a clear focus on enrollment, retention, and student outcomes. Timely information is critical for institutional efficiency and effectiveness, as well as for performance-based funding.  Executives need to see performance, IR analysts need insights on what may soon happen, and the public demands accountability. In this session, Information Builders will show examples of how colleges, universities, and state departments of education are using dashboards and analytics to:

  • Analyze retention, enrollment and student success
  • Predict student failure and enhance academic enrichment efforts 
Presented by Information Builders
Technology Classroom 2

1:15 pm - 1:45 pm
Touch the Future of Live Production

Deon LeCointe, Senior Product Manager

Simplicity in live production. Featuring the new Sony AWS-750, Anycast Touch Live Content Producer, an all-in-one video switcher, audio mixer with an effects generator, built-in BRC camera control and streaming capabilities all operated by the touch of your fingers on the intuitive dual touch screen. Learn about how Sony's IP Live Production technology can help save on the cost of infrastructure. The NXL-IP55 is a cost-effective IP live production solution designed to simplify multi-camera live production by alleviating complex cabling requirements and instead utilizes IP connectivity to transmit broadcast quality full HD resolution between two locations with ultra-low latency.

Presented by Sony Electronics


  • Platinum Barter Sponsor | Insight Investments
  • Gold Sponsor | Amazon Web Services
  • Gold Sponsor | CDW-G
  • Gold Sponsor | Pearson
  • Silver Sponsor | Abby
  • Silver Sponsor | Oracle
  • Silver Sponsor | Response Technologies
  • Silver Sponsor | Symantec
  • Prize Contest Sponsor | GovConnection
  • Technology Sponsor | Aerva
  • Technology Sponsor | Epson America
  • Technology Sponsor | NISOD

$20,000 Office Technology Giveaway!

GovConnection | A PC Connection Company

GovConnection is giving away $20,000 worth of technology and accessories—the ultimate in computing—tablets, laptops and workstations.

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Opening Keynote

Lev Gonick, VP ITS & CIO - Case Western Reserve University - Ohio

Click to watch Lev Gonick: What's Hot, What's Not 2013

Gonick is recognized as a leader in innovative networking initiatives that impact education and community. In 2010, he and his colleagues at Case Western Reserve launched the nation’s first gigabit fiber-to-the-home research program called the Case Connection Zone. In 2011, Government Technology awarded Gonick one of their “Top 25 Doers, Dreamers & Drivers in Public-Sector Innovation.” In the same year Crain’s Business Cleveland named him one of its “10 Difference Makers” in Northeast Ohio and Broadband Properties honored him with their Cornerstone Award for “using fiber to build an inclusive society and empower individuals.” Read more...

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