USB for A/V Applications
Thursday, February 23 at 1:00pm EST
Universal Serial Bus is more than a way to connect your keyboard to your computer. USB is being used to control a multitude of devices such as scanners, printers, interactive white boards, camera mounts, automated lifts and blinds and other devices. USB also transfers files and is common in sharing music, video and data. What are the limitations of USB? What are the speeds and how do you know whether your USB connection will work to the desired level? Participants in this program will leave with a full understanding of the genesis and evolution of the USB standard, best installation practices and challenges and the future of data connections. Along with audio and video, USB is fast becoming one of the most important A/V project connections. Don’t be left behind.
Thursday, March 29 at 1:00pm EST
How do you know what’s being said, when nothing is being said? Sales relationships demand an environment of mutual communication. Learn how to direct a conversation, how to interpret non-verbal cues and how to get your point across while respecting the communication bias of the target.
Selling is more than closing. Good selling, that promotes solid and repeatable business growth, is dependent upon the ability to influence. Influence requires complete communication, and complete communication takes into account the haptic, proxemic and NVB aspects of an interpersonal interface.
*This course does not qualify for BISCI or AIA Continuing Education credits.