“It's primarily a matter of good planning and design,” says Thorburn, whose Planning For Classroom Technology Workshop, Nov. 2 in Denver at the Curtis Hotel, will address these issues and more.
AV in the classroom is continually changing, and the Planning for Classroom Technology Workshop is targeted to benefit CIO’s, IT Directors, facility managers, interior designers, architects and anyone who is involved in the planning or design of formal or informal learning spaces, or responsible for AV presentation technology. The workshop runs 8:30-4:30 pm. Attendees will earn 6 AIA Certified Continuing Education Units or 6 InfoComm Renewal Units, and receive a detailed workbook to keep. The workshop’s title sponsor is Crestron Electronics. The Nov. 2 workshop takes place just prior to the Educause conference, Nov. 3-6 in Denver, Colorado.
For those not working on a classroom building, the information in the workshop is easily applied to the same issues, goals and concerns encountered in corporate and public meeting, training and conference spaces.
To register or get more information, contact Christina LeClerc, at Thorburn Associates, 510-886-7826 ext 205, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the workshop website at www.ta-inc.com/planning.