New Era UC&C: Hybrid Strategies for Corporate and Higher Ed

Join us for this highly focused virtual event on Thursday, September 22, 2022, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET

The hybrid workplace is here to stay, and hybrid/HyFlex classrooms are on the rise. Access four engaging panel discussions covering the most important topics relating to unified communications and collaboration (UC&C) in the new era workplace and higher education environments.

Get ready to learn and be inspired by AV/IT industry experts, technology designers, architectural designers, and consultants. Gain an insider’s view of new technologies available today and in the pipeline that will shape UC&C in new era environments.

These panels are designed for AV/IT managers and directors, the C-suite, technology consultants and integrators, architectural designers, and facilities managers needing to ideate, plan, implement, and measure for today, tomorrow, and the future.


The UC&C Higher Ed Stakeholders
A people-first approach to planning, training, and implementation. A panel of educational technologists, AV/IT managers, space designers, and solutions providers discuss best practices in working with instructors and other stakeholders to ensure technology serves and enhances the pedagogy. We discuss balancing synchronous and asynchronous teaching/learning and how to engage students in the hybrid and HyFlex classroom to set them up for success.

The Higher Ed Hybrid Classroom and Meeting Spaces
As AV/IT managers and directors implement new solutions this fall, we learn what has been working and what technology solutions are defining the next-gen hybrid classroom and campus meeting spaces. The time is now to support successful outcomes by encouraging in-class engagement through immersive and active learning solutions while also ensuring parity through a quality audio and video experience near and far. We discuss how to measure and build upon success.

The UC&C Workplace Stakeholders
A people-first approach to planning, training, implementation, and ongoing operation. A panel of meeting space designers, productivity experts, and solutions providers discuss best practices for encouraging collaboration for presenters and participants of hybrid meetings and how to become more efficient and effective. How stakeholders should work together to create an overall welcoming environment.

The Hybrid Workplace and Workforce
The hybrid workplace is not only a necessity today as workers continue the transition back to the office, but it is here to stay. Retaining valuable employees and recruiting new talent is dependent on whether the workplace is designed with enabling technologies. This panel discusses the new era workplace ecosystem, from managing, monitoring, and measuring hoteling and hot-desking to creating hybrid meeting spaces to ensure the best experience for presenters and participants near and far. Recent success stories highlight the new era of collaboration and a town hall experience that engages.