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Podcast dedicated to connecting the higher education tech manager community through topical discussion and interviews on classroom and AV technology.

Podcast dedicated to connecting the higher education tech manager community through topical discussion and interviews on classroom and AV technology.
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Lake Forest, CA

Description:

Podcast dedicated to connecting the higher education tech manager community through topical discussion and interviews on classroom and AV technology.

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@higheredav

Language:

English

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9496983484


Episodes

047: Kevin Hartman from the University at Buffalo, School of Management, Talks Video Delivery and Production

7/16/2019
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Kevin Hartman, Multimedia Technician for the University at Buffalo School of Management joins the show to discuss the Digital Access Working Group (DAWG). Buffalo's lecture capture and studio recording allows student flexibility in scheduling and attendance. We discuss the process and ultimate decisions behind the development of the program's AV. Kevin comes form a broadcast background; hear how that can apply to being a higher ed tech manager. Most importantly we discuss why my L.A....

Duration:00:55:47

046: Donovan Monday from West Virginia University

7/9/2019
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Donovan Monday, Network Engineer for Health Sciences at West Virginia University, joins to discuss the challenges of being an isolated campus, and need to bring installation and service in-house. Learn how they utilize video and lecture capture in order to serve users from across the region. We also recap #InfoComm19 and the AVIXA Tech Managers Council and Forum.

Duration:00:52:24

045: Gina Sansivero and Corey Moss Join to Discuss the Practice of Trade Show "Booth Babes" and #WomenInAV

7/2/2019
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What is the proper protocol for booth scanning? After some outrageous practices seen at #InfoComm19 (@InfoComm / @AVIXA), Gina Sansivero (@GinaSans) from Atlas IED (@Atlas_IED) and Corey Moss (@cbmoss) from Convergent AV (@Convergent_AV / @The_AVLife) join to discuss the practice of trade show "booth babes" and #WomenInAV. Gina and I joined the AV Road House (@road_av) hosted by Corey, where he started the discussion. We continue the conversation here. Listen to the original episode here:...

Duration:00:49:53

044: Josh Kaufman from Tufts University Talks about Accessibility and Universal Design

6/25/2019
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What is Universal Design and how can it assist us in better classroom planning and integration? What can we do for better Accessibility for students and faculty? Josh Kaufman (@avforaccess), Multimedia Specialist, at Tufts University (@TuftsUniversity) joins to discuss this important topic. He gives us three takeaways we can institute right now to improve the learning experience for those requiring added assistance. This is a personal one for me. Take a listen to find out why. This episode...

Duration:00:51:19

043: Live Recording from the Starin booth at InfoComm19; Co-hosted by Joe Way and BC Hatchett

6/18/2019
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Live from the Starin booth at #InfoComm19, Joe is joined by BC Hatchett as guest co-host. We discuss the official launch of HETMA, while being joined by victims of the Beach Ball Conch and winning the InfoComm swag game. Hear from Steve Standers of NC State, Josh Kaufman from Tufts, Gabe Moronta of Zoom, Nyere Hollingsworth from MITRE, Collin Nixon of Vanderbilt, Jimmie Singleton from CBU, Chris Neto from Starin, and Craig Shibley from CBU and CheckMyAV.com. We all discuss topics across the...

Duration:00:57:28

042: Charmaine Torruella, Chairperson of the AVIXA Diversity Council and Global Services Manager at Verrex

6/4/2019
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Diversity matters. Today we welcome Charmaine Torruella (@CharmaineTorru2), Chairperson of the AVIXA Diversity Council (@AVIXA) and Global Services Manager at Verrex (@Verrex) to discuss the mission of the council, its initiatives, and upcoming InfoComm 2019 (@InfoComm) events in Orlando. We talk about the importance of education, opportunity, and showing empathy. This episode is brought to you by Sound Productions, SoundPro.com (@SoundPro).

Duration:00:54:32

041: Craig Shibley, Audio Visual Services Manager at California Baptist University and CheckMyAV.com

5/28/2019
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Craig Shibley (@CraigShibley), Audio Visual Services Manager, at California Baptist University (@CalBaptist) joins to discuss CheckMyAV.com (@checkmyAV), his events support role at CBU, and InfoComm (@InfoComm) expectations. Oh, and beard oil (@EsauGrooming)? This episode is sponsored by Sound Productions, SoundPro.com (@SoundPro).

Duration:01:03:46

040: Joshua Curlett, CEO of Sound Productions, SoundPro.com, Discusses the Importance of Distributor-Customer Relationships

5/21/2019
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Joshua Curlett (@JoshuaCurlett), CEO of Sound Productions (@SoundPro) in Irving, TX, joins the show to talk about the importance of the distributor/reseller and end user relationship. We talk about building partnerships to assist in getting competitive pricing, design assistance, and training for your team. In higher ed, we can't thrive without our relationships. This episode is brought to you by Sound Productions, SoundPro.com.

Duration:01:03:15

039: Northwest Managers of Educational Technology Keynote 2019 by Dr. Joe Way, Las Vegas, NV, Hosted by UNLV

5/14/2019
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In this episode, Joe presents the Keynote Address titled "Because of My Podcast: Seven Lessons Learned and Three Predictions" that was delivered to the 2019 Northwest Managers of Educational Technology (@NWMET) Conference in Las Vegas, NV, hosted by UNLV. Special thanks to the Frank Alaimo, Scott Menter, and the team at UNLV, as well as NW/MET president, Raul Burriel for the invitation! Be sure to check out 2020 conference at Whitman College in Walla Walla, WA. This episode is brought to you...

Duration:01:02:37

038: PSNI Global Alliance Supersummit End User Panel

5/7/2019
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While our daily routine is focused around technology, it's the relationships with our industry partners that are most important. In February, I had the honor of sitting on the PSNI Global Alliance (@PSNI_AV) Supersummit End User panel, hosted by Tim Albright (@TDAlbright) from AV Nation (@AVNationTV), that included a number of incredible colleagues including Nick Miller (@NickMil), Bradford Benn (@BradfordBenn), Dawn Meade (@AVDawn), Nyere Hollingsworth (@NyereH), and myself (@josiahway) to...

Duration:01:16:13

037: Tim Van Woeart from Rutgers University

4/30/2019
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Tim Van Woeart, Senior Project Supervisor, at Rutgers University and crew member on The AV Life joins the show. Hear how Rutgers leverages technology to answer real-world problems through immersive classrooms with life-sized video lecture halls. This episode is sponsored by Sound Productions, SoundPro.com.

Duration:00:55:01

036: Randal Murphey from California Baptist University Discusses the NWMET and Almo E4 Experience

4/23/2019
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Randal Murphey, Manager of Multimedia Services at California Baptist University, joins the podcast to discuss his recent experiences at the Northwest Managers of Educational Technology conference at UNLV in Las Vegas, NV, and Almo E4 Experience in Costa Mesa, CA. We talk about the end user attendee perspective and lessons learned. Oh, and the incredible keynote speaker at NWMET. This episode is sponsored by Sound Productions, SoundPro.com.

Duration:01:14:50

035: Lance Beaumont, Associate Professor of Music and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Program Development, from California Baptist Un

4/16/2019
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Lance Beaumont (@LanceBeaumont), Associate Professor of Music and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Program Development, at California Baptist University School of Music (@CBUMusic) joins the show to discuss the creation of two new AV-heavy programs. Joe and Lance talk about how course design and AV are integral in the success of the new studio-based Commercial Music degree and virtual-hybrid Worship Arts M.A. degree. As AV becomes central to the discipline, as tech managers we need to...

Duration:01:01:42

035: Lance Beaumont from California Baptist University; Using AV to Build a Major

4/16/2019
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Lance Beaumont (@LanceBeaumont), Associate Professor of Music and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Program Development, at California Baptist University School of Music (@CBUMusic) joins the show to discuss the creation of two new AV-heavy programs. Joe and Lance talk about how course design and AV are integral in the success of the new studio-based Commercial Music degree and virtual-hybrid Worship Arts M.A. degree. As AV becomes central to the discipline, as tech managers we need to...

Duration:01:01:42

034: Keynote Address: "More Than Black Boxes" from the Midwest College and University AV Summit v6.0

4/10/2019
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In March 2019 I had the honor of presenting the Keynote Address to the Midwest College and University AV Summit v6.0 held at Winona State University (@WinonaStateU) in Winona, MN, with a pre-summit tour at Saint Mary’s University (@SMUMN). It was a fantastic event that everyone in the area should attend. In this keynote I discuss how we are “More Than Black Boxes” through the procedure I went through to build my department from scratch in 3 years that included an entire campus-wide AV...

Duration:01:09:36

034: Keynote Address: "More Than Black Boxes" from the Midwest College and University AV Summit v6.0

4/10/2019
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In March 2019 I had the honor of presenting the Keynote Address to the Midwest College and University AV Summit v6.0 held at Winona State University (@WinonaStateU) in Winona, MN, with a pre-summit tour at Saint Mary's University (@SMUMN). It was a fantastic event that everyone in the area should attend. In this keynote I discuss how we are "More Than Black Boxes" through the procedure I went through to build my department from scratch in 3 years that included an entire campus-wide AV...

Duration:01:09:36

033: Rob Hyde from the University of Bath UK

4/2/2019
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Rob Hyde, AV Manager, at the University of Bath UK joins the show discussing classroom and event operations, deploying spaces, including a great method for getting faculty trained (hint: ask for their time at a place they'll all be present), the LITEbox, and most importantly our common allegiance to Aston Villa. P.s., if you ever wanted to get yourself on the podcast, just follow Rob's method. This episode is sponsored by Sound Productions at SoundPro.com.

Duration:00:52:15

032: Alin Vrancila from Moody Bible Institute, Ready for Online, Grain for Pain, and ProducingU

3/26/2019
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Alin Vrancila, Director of Educational Initiatives at Moody Bible Institute, joins the podcast. We discuss his new course design tool, Ready for Online, as well as give a shout out to Grain for Pain and ProducingU. We even try to find out who his all time favorite student is. This episode is sponsored by Sound Productions.

Duration:01:08:57

031: Raul Burriel from Oregon State University and the Northwest Managers of Educational Technology Conference

3/19/2019
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Raul Burriel, Streaming Media Coordinator from Oregon State University and the Northwest Managers of Educational Technology Conference joins the podcast. We discuss the recent classroom innovations at OSU including the LINC "classroom in the round" as well as the upcoming NW/MET conference on April 16-19, 2019, in Las Vegas.

Duration:01:02:59

030: HETMA Announcement - Chris Neto and Mark Coxon Takeover the Podcast to Interview Joe Way and BC Hatchett

3/12/2019
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Chris Neto and Mark Coxon takeover the podcast to help Joe Way and BC Hatchett break the news about HETMA, the Higher Education Technology Managers Alliance, a forum for the advocacy of higher education in the AV industry that they have founded. Learn more about it here.

Duration:00:43:24