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EDTech 98: AV & Global Supply Chain Issues

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I Will Survive

For those not in the technical side of higher education, summer is that crescendo of work where classes are over and it’s time to soak up the sun. However, for those faculty summer is just the beginning for campus-wide projects and upkeep to be prepared for the next semester. This year is going to be different, not just because of the odd transition we find ourselves in at the waning stages of this global pandemic, but because of a recent shortage of semiconductors and other vital pieces of technology that will cause some potential issues. What can we do to circumvent these crises and ensure that our projects go relatively unabated? Joining us in this discussion is Director of Client Services for Bates College Scott Tiner and Director of AV Services for the University of Arkansas Ernie Bailey.
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