Consortium of College and University Media Centers Returns as an Official Program Partner for the UB
The 2019 show will include four AV integration and active classroom sessions, designed by Consortium of College and University Media Centers that focus on the latest developments in higher education technology.
This year's show takes place at the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek in Florida and includes specialized programming presented by CCUMC including how wireless collaboration and BYOD video devices can help integrate AV technology in the active classroom learning environment.
"We are excited to welcome CCUMC back to the conference,"
CCUMC specialized Active Learning and AV Integration program sessions at UB Tech will be presented by Landon Berry, Postdoctoral Fellow, UCF Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Central Florida; Katie Kassof, Learning Space Designer, American University; William Lanham, Instructional Technology Systems Professional, University of Georgia; Don Merritt, Director, Office of Instructional Resources, University of Central Florida; and Jim Spencer, Educational Technologist, University of Notre Dame. Sessions include:
Managing AV Services With a Decentralized Support System
How AU's Classroom Improvement Committee Improves the Institution
Helping Faculty Transition to Active Learning Spaces
Technology Spaces Without User Interfaces
"Our program partnership with UB Tech lets us share our latest educational technology ideas and support strategies,"
This year's program will also feature more than 55 sessions in 6 unique learning tracks focused on AV Integration, Active Classroom, Campus IT, Instructional Technology, and 2 new tracks Technology Leadership and Esports.
Registration is now open for the 2019 UB Tech Conference, visit www.UBTechConference.com or call toll-free 1-800-727-1227.
For all media inquiries, please contact Rennette Fortune at 561-622-6520 or email her at email@example.com.
About UB Tech® Conference
UB Tech® is the leading higher education technology conference for tech gurus, academic strategists and hands-on IT professionals and is the place for these innovators and thought-leaders to come together. The event includes 3 days of targeted Summits, Workshops and Breakout Sessions where attendees can learn about the latest technology trends and issues impacting institutions, browse a wide array of technology products and services in the Expo Hall hosting dozens of solutions providers and network with colleagues.
The mission of CCUMC is to provide leadership and a forum for information exchange to the providers of media content, academic technology, and support for quality teaching and learning at institutions of higher education.
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