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At Least a Third of The World’s Schoolchildren Unable to Access Remote Learning

At least a third of the world’s schoolchildren – 463 million children globally – were unable to access remote learning when COVID-19 shuttered their schools, according to a new Read more

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Full Circle Healthcare: Information Blocking, Interoperability, and Health Data
August 11, 2022
 As the world becomes more digital, there are certain protections in place to help ease the accessibility of health information for each patient. Speaking on the topic of information blocking, Nicki Read more
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How Technology has Empowered the Theme Park and Attractions Industry with Michael Carroll of Dynamic Attractions
August 11, 2022
Watch below as Michael Carroll of Dynamic Attractions joins Pro AV Today host Ben Thomas to discuss some of the ways that technology is empowering and enabling the modern attractions Read more
The Most Important Challenges Faced by the Hotel Industry
August 11, 2022
One of the most affected industries drastically changed by the COVID-19 pandemic is the hospitality industry. While the lifting of restrictions has helped the industry bounce back in some ways, there Read more
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At Least a Third of The World’s Schoolchildren Unable to Access Remote Learning
August 28, 2020
At least a third of the world’s schoolchildren – 463 million children globally – were unable to access remote learning when COVID-19 shuttered their schools, according to a new Read more
Washington State to Connect 60,000 Students to Online Learning
August 14, 2020
Last spring when Washington’s K–12 schools were closed for in-person learning, school districts across the state pulled together every laptop, tablet, smartphone, and wifi hotspot they could so Read more
Fiberside Chat by 3-GIS: What Will the Telecommunications Industry Look Like Post-Pandemic?
May 28, 2020
  3-GIS had a pandemic policy ready, but it did not expect to have to use it. After the SARS-CoV-1 coronavirus crisis in the early 2000s, 3-GIS CEO Tom Counts thought it was important to Read more