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New Mobile-Enhanced Classroom Projectors Support Digital Learning

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Event status:Not started(Register) Date and time:Wednesday, April 22, 2015 2:00 pm
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You will hear how new classroom projectors support the transition to digital learning. Mobile-enhanced projectors increase student engagement, collaboration, and personalized learning with cost-effective wireless connectivity. New hybrid light sources outlast previous projector lamps significantly improving total cost of ownership.

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Moderator: Annie Galvin Teich
Annie Galvin Teich is an experienced educational marketer and copywriter. She has expertise in audience development, sales, direct marketing and customer communications. Working with education companies, she creates and shapes business strategies that include print, digital and social media components that build brands, surpass customer expectations, and drive revenue.


John Tracy, Eastern Zone Manager, Casio America Inc., Dover, NJ
John Tracy works directly with school district leaders to shape their technology plans for the best cost of ownership. John started his career in professional A/V over 20 years ago as a system integrator designing and selling complex A/V systems for Fortune 500 companies. He has held senior management positions at Sharp Electronics and Panasonic. John has a degree in Finance, Video Technology and an Executive Masters Degree in Technology Management from Stevens Institute of Technology.

John Andersen, Technical Manager, Casio America Inc., Dover NJ
John has been with Casio for 14 years as the Technical Manager with both the Education and Projector divisions. Before Casio John worked with an International AV company building systems for a Large Corporations, Schools and Hospitals.

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