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From Campus to Classrooms: Cost-Effective Digital Solutions for the 21st Century School

Brought to you by     Tuesday, September 22 | 11 am PST 2 pm EST Is your school keeping up with the trends? Messaging, imagery and many other forms of communication have been transitioned into the digital world over the
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Tuesday, September 22 | 11 am PST / 2 pm EST

Is your school keeping up with the trends? Messaging, imagery and many other forms of communication have been transitioned into the digital world over the past several years, and a growing number of educational institutions have begun to realize the many benefits of digitizing their facilities. Aside from the environmental and cost-saving advantages of reducing paper, ink and plastic usage, cutting-edge digital display products allow schools to improve interaction amongst faculty and students, and establish a campus-wide connectivity that promotes safety, information sharing and a technology-forward environment.

While bright, large-screen displays on campus or in hallways promote upcoming events or alert passersby of an emergency, feature-rich projectors in the classrooms keep students’ attention and desktop monitors with crisp screen performance fill the computer lab.

This webinar will detail the latest trends in technology for the education market and how your school—no matter its size, budget or technical know-how—can take advantage of the current stimulus to fund a digital makeover in and out of its classrooms. Many initial concerns arise when considering such a transition, and this webinar will identify and address those qualifying questions. After participating, you will have the necessary tools to move forward with creating a cost-effective digital solution for your school.

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Presenters:

Keith Yanke, Director of Product Marketing for projectors and large-format displays at NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc., is responsible for the full gamut of projector, large-format LCD and plasma display product marketing. Keith manages market analysis, pricing and inventory issues, as well as interfacing with the sales and channel marketing teams.

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Keith has spent 14 years at NEC, much of that tenure in sales, engineering and marketing capacities within projectors and plasma displays. He also has experience with desktop displays and branded CD-ROM products.

Keith holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from DeVry University in Chicago.

John Sheehan is the Director of Channel Marketing for NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. NEC is a leading designer and provider of innovative desktop LCD displays, professional-grade large-screen LCD displays, a diverse line of projectors, and integrated display solutions.

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John is responsible for the full marketing of NEC products and services across all channels. His responsibility includes market analysis, pricing and inventory issues as well as interfacing with the sales teams and customers.

He has spent 12 years at NEC, much of that tenure in sales and marketing capacities. John holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Western Illinois University.

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