Integrating Live TV into K-12 Digital Learning Environments

By SAFARI Montage on Wed, 1/25/2017
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Please join us at FETC 2017 to hear from leaders from Orange County Public Schools, Monroe County Schools and Sarasota County Schools about the benefits of integrating live media into K-12 digital learning environments, including easy access to live TV, events and school news and the ability to create on-demand digital instructional resources.

Discover how Orange County Public Schools is utilizing IPTV to broadcast morning news, deliver live TV, share district-created content to schools and stream video highlights to common areas. Learn how Monroe County Schools recently implemented an IPTV solution to facilitate their schools news broadcasts and deliver live educational TV channels to classrooms. Attendees will hear how Sarasota County Schools is utilizing IPTV, learn best practices for implementing an IPTV solution and explore key considerations, such as network infrastructure, mobile device compatibility and more.

When? Date and Time: Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 4:20-5:00 pm
Where? Room S230A, Orange County Convention Center

Moderated by Dr. Mike Hall, Vice President of Strategic Accounts, SAFARI Montage

Presenters:

Maurice Draggon,  Director, Instructional Management Systems, Orange County Public Schools, FL

Joy Nulisch, Director, Instructional Services, Information Technology, Monroe County Schools, FL

Todd Alexander, Manager of School Support Services and Instructional Technologies, Sarasota County Schools, FL

Linda Loonam, Instructional Technology Specialist, Sarasota County Schools, FL