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About this session:
This session will share how the University of Notre Dame and Old Dominion University approach academic and special event support. Both Universities have gone through transformations of their respective support models that include staffing, student employees, training, cross campus AV support, etc. It became apparent that each of our previous models was inefficient and unable to meet the growing demand of support across our campuses.
Learn how we have each developed and promoted AV support standards and how we stretch our resources farther through volume purchasing, streamlined troubleshooting and more self –sufficient faculty and guests. See how our models make student, faculty, and staff training easier and more effective.
About the presenters:
|Jason, Raiton, University of Notre Dame|
Jason Railton is the Manager of Audio Video Technologies & Facilities Design at the University of Notre Dame. He has been at the University since 2004. Jason manages a team that consults, designs, installs and maintains technology in Registrar learning spaces, student computer labs, science teaching labs and a student employee run dispatch center that includes equipment checkout. He also works in conjunction with the Office of the University Architect on all building renovations and new construction projects, including international locations. His most recent endeavor has been designing technology spaces in a new multi-disciplinary facility in Rome, Italy that officially opened this past January.Jason Railton graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Purdue University. He also holds CTS, DMC-D, A+ and N+ certifications.
|Dwayne Smith, Old Dominion University|
Dwayne Smith is the Senior Engineer for Classroom Central at Old Dominion University. He oversees the day-to-day activities of the Classroom Central group as well as A/V event support and IT computer labs. Dwayne is responsible for design and integration of new technologies in the classroom environment and throughout the University. He is an active member of InfoComm’s Technology Managers Council, and the Virginia Classroom Technologies Group. He has worked in the industry for over 15 years.