Frebruary 8, 2019
Howard Technology Solutions will host the 2019 Classroom & Learning Spaces Collaboration Summit Thursday, February 21st
The summit's theme is "Collaboration—HOWARDedu Can Help with Planning, Design, and Implementation."
Guest speakers will include educators from a number of colleges who have created effective collaborative environments. They will discuss the benefits, explain how these thoughtfully designed learning environments have impacted their students, and highlight the technology and implementation processes employed to ensure success.
According to HOWARDedu representative Shana Neely, “There is a real emphasis on collaborative learning in Higher Education; it’s changing the academic landscape by making it much more engaging and interactive, and HOWARDedu is focused on making that happen.”
HOWARDedu will be joined by representatives from partner companies, some of the biggest names in the technology industry, who will be on hand to demonstrate the effectiveness of various collaborative technologies and to answer questions. In addition, summit attendees will have the opportunity to network with like-minded educators, administrators, and technology personnel.
The introduction will take place at 9:30 on the first-floor breezeway of Howard headquarters, with presentations on the fifth floor and tours to follow.
HOWARDedu focuses solely on assisting K12 schools and higher education facilities to create and maintain optimum learning environments. We supply schools with innovative technology from the most trusted names in the business, and we make it affordable. HOWARDedu representatives are highly trained and have a thorough understanding of the requirements and challenges associated with education. From consultation and demos to integration, training and maintenance, HOWARDedu works closely with individual schools, expertly guiding them through the labyrinth of technology to instructional solutions that meet their needs most effectively. Visit us online at www.howardcomputers.com or contact your Howard representative.