Smart Strategies for Engaging Print Resources in the Classroom

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Date: Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Time: 03:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

Duration: 1 hour


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Using print-based learning technology to drive ROI and cost-savings in education has never been easier. Don't believe it? Hear from the experts gathered on this webinar who will debate the results of these transformational tools that enable more effective learning through the ability to lower color printing and energy costs while providing fewer hassles for the IT department. 

 In this webinar you will learn:

-  Where print-based tools excel beyond digital.

-  How the latest print tools provide higher performance with less cost.

-  Real-world print solutions in use within Chicago school district that you can employ in your district.


Kevin Hogan
Content Director
Tech & Learning Magazine

R.J. Gravel
Assistant Superintendent for Business Services at Glenbrook High School District 225

A native of the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, Dr. Gravel (@rjgravel) is the Assistant Superintendent for Business Services at Glenbrook High School District 225. As an educator, business manager and technologist for elementary, secondary, and higher education institutions, co-moderator of #EdFinChat, a SMART Exemplary Educator, and a Skyward Leader in Excellence recipient, R.J. advocates for effective technology integration in PreK-12 education at the local and national levels. As a contributor to the profession, Dr. Gravel contributes to a number of publications, and emphasizes the importance of school leaders working together in order to ensure student and staff success.

Scott Marsic
Product Manager
Epson America

Scott Marsic has over two decades experience successfully transforming diagnostic, technical and business intelligence products into innovative, market-leading goods and services. As a Product Manager at Epson America, Scott’s is responsible for developing strategic initiatives to help drive channel growth and end user demand across the Business Inkjet product category. Core to this focus is Scott’s direct management of third party software partnerships within the US and Canadian markets. Scott holds a BS from the University of California, Santa Cruz, a MS from the University of Southern California, and an MBA from San Francisco State University.

Doc Ballje
Subject Matter Expert ACDI

Doc Ballje has over 20 years’ experience in the copier industry as a System Engineer/Solution Architect/Subject Matter Expert, starting in the business as a down the street copier rep before moving to the technical side. Doc has been extensively trained in print management, document management, document distribution, color theory, production printing and is well versed in all facets of pre sales support. Doc is an SME at CompTIA for CDIA+ (Certified Document Imaging Architect) and holds many other certifications for printing, networking and security.