AV and IT Convergence at InfoComm 2004: K-12 and Higher Ed Conference launches at InfoComm.The worlds of AV and IT are converging con·verge
v. con·verged, con·verg·ing, con·verg·es
a. To tend toward or approach an intersecting point: lines that converge.
b. in Atlanta next month (June 5-11) at InfoComm, the world's largest professional audiovisual communications and systems integration conference and exhibition.
The conference program begins June 5, and the exhibition floor at Atlanta's Georgia World Congress Center The Georgia World Congress Center or GWCC is the major convention center in Atlanta. It is the fourth-largest convention center in the United States at 1.4 million ft2 (130,000 m2) and hosts more than a million visitors each year. opens Wednesday, June 9. Attendees arriving on InfoComm Eve, June 8, can take full advantage of the Grand Opening events, which include the Manufacturers Forum, the Opening Reception, and the AV Excellence Awards Dinner. The ICIA ICIA International Communications Industries Association, Inc. (formerly the Educational Communications Foundation)
ICIA International Communications Industries Association, Inc. Distinguished Achievement Award and Educator of the Year Award will be announced, along with a new Volunteer of the Year Award.
As a systems show, InfoComm is uniquely positioned to help the industry prepare for ongoing technology shifts. From the networking controls and IT systems solutions in the conference program, to industry forums offering insights and analysis to the 600-plus exhibitors, InfoComm will empower empower verb To encourage or provide a person with the means or information to become involved in solving his/her own problems attendees with new ideas "New Ideas" is the debut single by Scottish New Wave/Indie Rock act The Dykeenies. It was first released as a Double A-side with "Will It Happen Tonight?" on July 17, 2006. The band also recorded a video for the track. and strategies For using the latest ProAV technologies.
InfoComm has been the AV industry's premier tradeshow for more than 50 years, where commercial systems professionals and technology managers from business, education, government, military, health care, religious and other industry segments gather to shop, learn and network. The theme of this year's InfoComm--See, Hear, Connect!--reflects the importance that the AV industry is placing on the implications of AV and IT convergence.
EDUCOMM AT INFOCOMM
Designed specifically for K-12 and higher education higher education
Study beyond the level of secondary education. Institutions of higher education include not only colleges and universities but also professional schools in such fields as law, theology, medicine, business, music, and art. volume buyers, the new EduComm conference launches as an in-conjunction event with InfoComm. School District administrators and education technology managers will participate in an intensive two-and-a-half day program, June 9-11. EduComm also provides a significant opportunity to help AV companies learn how to best integrate presentation technologies into educational settings.
EduComm is produced by District Administration and University Business magazines, and features a Full slate Any political party or faction that seeks to form a majority in a parliament or on a board of directors or other responsible body typically must run a full slate if only to demonstrate that they have the capacity to attract the talent to fill every position with some person, even if that of more than 50 sessions in two tracks--one for K-12 and one for Higher Education--to help education technology professionals bring the benefits of the convergence of AV, IT and multimedia to their school districts and campuses.
(More information is available at www.infocomm.org and www.districtadministration.com/educomm)