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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Campus Technology FREE Webinar: Implementing Innovative Learning Environments – The Future of the Connected Classroom


Implementing Innovative Learning Environments –
The Future of the Connected Classroom

Dear Cynthia,
Higher education institutions are struggling to build adaptive and cost-effective classrooms to support today's sophisticated styles of teaching and learning. In this webinar we will examine both the physical and the technical convergence of the classroom. We will discuss how these facilities are envisioned to accommodate diverse learning styles and bridge international borders.
Webinar Date:
April 18, 2013
11:00am PT/2:00pm ET
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Join a panel of experts from Southern Polytechnic State University (SPSU), St. Edwards University, and Enterasys as they discuss the challenges they face and their vision for the future of the classroom. Over the course of this webinar you will learn how to:
  • Design and configure flexible and innovative learning environments to accommodate innovative teaching types
  • Provide the reliable infrastructure necessary for a highly-connected distance learning experience that engages students for better learning outcomes
  • Build a network infrastructure able to support both the demands of today and the emerging technologies of tomorrow
Be sure to prepare your classrooms, students, and faculty for the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century. Register Now!
Thank you,
Campus Technology and Enterasys Networks

Presented by:

David Waldron,
vice president for
information technology,
St. Edwards University
Lee Webster,
assistant director of
classroom technologies, Southern Polytechnic
State University
Gaston Hebert,
director of higher education, Enterasys Networks
Moderated by:

Matt Villano,
senior contributing editor,
Campus Technology


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