Teaching. Engaging. Communicating. More than ever before, higher education is relying on audiovisual technologies to help provide quality learning experiences and effectively compete for the attention of prospective students.
It’s not easy The expectations for these types of technologies are quite high. Today, the ability to wow, stimulate and enhance a student’s learning experience goes well beyond just the equipment. It requires a total solutions approach. Which is why clients throughout the country rely on ExhibitOne.
From classrooms, to lecture halls and auditoriums to campus-wide systems for sound, digital signage, security and more – we design, engineer, integrate and support audiovisual technology solutions for new educational facilities, renovations and individual projects.
We also build strong relationships – with more than 2,100 system implementations throughout the country since 1997.
For administrators. For educators. For students. ExhibitOne helps deliver new levels of excellence in education through:
- Classroom / lecture hall audiovisual solutions including sound reinforcement
- Videoconferencing solutions
- Performing arts / auditoriums / sports arena solutions
- Reception areas and entrances
- Campus-wide solutions
- Digital signage
And, for Arizona’s institutions of higher education, ExhibitOne is available to you through the Arizona State Contract.
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In an age where distance learning, and internet classrooms are utilized at every major university in the country, it is essential that a university is able to provide state of the art, innovative technology to further quality education. ExhibitOne’s ability to integrate technology will propel any university or educational facility to provide the highest quality education available via audio video solutions. ExhibitOne is dedicated to the growth and development of education, as shown by our many major university clients across the country.
When the University of Arizona’s Health Sciences Center needed audio video assistance with their Arizona Telemedicine Program, they solicited the help of ExhibitOne to meet their needs. In conjunction with Dr. Allan Hamilton, ExhibitOne is providing audiovisual design, implementation and integration for virtual presence and telesurgery applications for the University of Arizona – ASTEC (Arizona Surgical Technology and Education Center). In addition, to ensure the project’s success, ExhibitOne facilitated an on-going $20,000 annual grant for the University of Arizona-Health Sciences Center/ASTEC. This grant enabled the advancement of surgical technologies at the University of Arizona. To further demonstrate our commitment to quality education supported by cutting edge technology, a substantial amount of audiovisual engineering and consulting time has been donated to the project.
In order to guarantee flawless communication necessary for quality education, ExhibitOne was recently chosen to implement mission-critical telemedicine technology to universities such as the University of Arizona and Carle Foundation Hospitals and Clinics (University of Illinois – Urbana). In addition, ExhibitOne has provided next generation audiovisual expertise and technology at Southwestern University and the National Judiciary College in Reno, NV. ExhibitOne’s state of the art evidence presentation system for law students was also implemented at Pepperdine University. As a leader in the educational field, ExhibitOne was awarded a contract with Arizona State University to provide distance learning and continuing education solutions.
ExhibitOne’s extensive knowledge of and proficiency in all audio & video products (including touch panels, plasma screens, teleconferencing tools, document cameras, wireless infrared, interpreter systems, master control systems, videoconferencing equipment, video printers, laptop computers, LCD projectors, control systems, video walls, and microphones) enables ExhibitOne to integrate comprehensive audiovisual solutions for all educational audio video needs streamlined through one company. ExhibitOne represents many quality manufacturers of audiovisual equipment including: Marconi, AMX, Polycom, Samsung, Tandberg, Sanyo, Crestron, Extron, FTR, and Polycom. We have a staff of engineers with expertise in audio video design, programming, installation, training and on-going audio & video support to maximize effectiveness and ensure system functionality. Each professional is certified and trained according to industry standards to enable a state of the art, faultless audiovisual solution, which is properly designed and integrated specifically to your requirements.
Allow ExhibitOne to demonstrate how technology can not only support and facilitate education, but provide innovative ways to take your university’s curriculum to a higher level. Visit our website – www.exhibitone.com 1.888.572.3265.
[/fusion_toggle][fusion_toggle title=”ExhibitOne Enables State-of-the Art Evidence Presentation System for Pepperdine University Law Students” open=”no”]n 1992, when the Odell McConnell Law Center opened its long awaited Phase II, the oak-paneled Darling Trial Courtroom was ahead of its time with TV cameras and monitors. Fast forward a dozen plus years and times have changed. Now the state of the art includes document cameras, video projectors, and plasma screens. In light of Pepperdine’s national leadership in advocacy training, it was time to upgrade the courtroom.
ExhibitOne, a leader in innovative courtroom technology was selected to design a phased implementation of technology in the Darling Trial Courtroom. With funding in hand for phase one, the installation of an integrated electronic evidence presentation system began.
ExhibitOne’s revolutionary courtroom technology solution, TrialView, enables a clear, concise evidence presentation that is a powerful catalyst enhancing the effectiveness of attorneys’ presentations to the court. TrialView is utilized in education and the judicial system for mock trials, training, and trial preparation. This technology enables countless courtrooms throughout the country to improve juror comprehension.
The Darling Trial Courtroom now has an array of displays around the courtroom that include slim LCD displays for the jury, counsel tables, judge, court reporter, and large plasma screens for the gallery. The witness and the advocate’s lectern both have touchscreen LCD displays that allow annotations to displayed evidence – Ex: Can you show the jury on this diagram approximately where you were standing in relation to the defendant’s car at the time of the accident?
The advocate’s lectern also contains a DVD and VHS playback device, a document camera, an integrated personal computer, and a port for the advocate to connect a laptop computer. All the audio and video are controlled through a wireless touchscreen remote control that allows the judge to limit what the jury, witness, or gallery can see or hear through the system.
Trial advocacy professor Tim Perrin is pleased with the upgrades. “As courtrooms are increasingly equipped with the latest in trial presentation technology and as citizens increasingly enter their jury service as ‘visual learners,’ it is of utmost importance that our students have access to and mastery of the latest technology in the field. Technology is merely a tool, not a guarantee of success in the courtroom. But the enhancements do provide opportunities for our students to learn how to harness the available technology to increase the effectiveness and persuasiveness of their advocacy.”
Professor Christine Goodman observed that her students have been really pleased to have the opportunity to learn how to use the technology. “Their comfort level with technology will be that much greater than for those students who first learned how to conduct a trial with only an overhead projector. All of my trial practice students used the technology for at least one of their practice sessions, and most used it for most of their exercises.”
After additional funding has been secured, phase two of the courtroom upgrades will begin. It will include an update of the video and audio recording technology (which currently dates back to the early 1990s), installation of a real-time court reporting system, and a video capture system for capturing displayed evidence onto paper or digital media. Depending upon available funds, a video conference system will be included. This will permit guest judges from around the country to participate in moot courts and/or lectures without the hassles and cost of travel and lodging.
The goal is to make the Darling Trial Courtroom available for real civil and non-custodial criminal trials. This will not only expose Pepperdine law students to the uses of modern evidence presentation tools in real trials but also expand our circle of friends within the bench and bar.
Reprinted with Permission, Pepperdine University.[/fusion_toggle][fusion_toggle title=”ExhibitOne Awarded Contract with Arizona State Univ. to Provide Distance Learning and Continuing Education” open=”no”]Phoenix, AZ – ExhibitOne was recently awarded a contract to provide a teleconferencing solution to enable distance learning and continuing education for Arizona State University. The ExhibitOne solution will support a program to recruit, prepare and retain first-class teachers in high poverty urban and remote districts in Arizona and to ensure high-quality teaching and increased student achievement in our partner districts. The solution will also be a key component in all the site-based PDS classrooms to prepare new teachers to deliver state-of-the art distance learning Content Academy courses in Mathematics, Reading and Science.
[/fusion_toggle][fusion_toggle title=”Univ of Arizona College of Medicine Launches Audiovisual Medical Simulation Laboratory” open=”no”]One of only a handful of medical simulation centers in the United States, the new training lab is part of theArizona Simulation Technology and Education Center (ASTEC)
. Made possible by grants and equipment donations from Karl Storz Endoscopy, Berchtold, ExhibitOne
and Marconi, the lab provides medical students, residents, practicing physicians, and nurses hands-on training using simulation and virtual reality in a setting where there is no risk to real patients. The high-tech medical simulation laboratory features a state-of-the-art simulated operating room, virtual reality surgical trainers and telecommunication capabilities to broadcast lectures and demonstrations to other medical schools and hospitals.
Just as airline pilots train in flight simulators before flying a plane packed with passengers, medical simulators allow doctors to practice delicate procedures before they are used on real people, explains Allan J. Hamilton, MD, UA professor of surgery and ASTEC executive director. Instead of making their first diagnoses — and potential first mistakes — on real patients, students learn their lessons on mannequins and virtual-reality training tools.
The mission of the Medical Simulation Laboratory is to develop, validate and apply simulation-based tools and devices for use in medical and surgical training. The lab also is a place where medical equipment and simulation companies can collaborate with the UA to develop and test new prototypes.
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