148 episodes

Podcast dedicated to building the AV/IT tech manager community in higher education through discussions on classroom technology and audiovisual support.

Higher Ed AV Podcast Joe Way

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 20 Ratings

Podcast dedicated to building the AV/IT tech manager community in higher education through discussions on classroom technology and audiovisual support.

    148: Troy Powers, Lead Technician, George Mason University

    148: Troy Powers, Lead Technician, George Mason University

    Higher Ed AV Podcast
    Episode 148

    Troy Powers, CTS, DMCE-4k, ECS
    Lead Technician
    George Mason University

    Twitter: @centxrz
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/troy-powers-b5761393/

    • 54 min
    147: Build Community, Impact Lives

    147: Build Community, Impact Lives

    Joe Way does a solo episode sharing key takeaways from InfoComm including our people gathering and the announcement of the HETMA-AVIXA Prism Scholarship. Hear about what's happening personally with Joe and the future of Higher Ed AV.

    Connect with Joe Way on Twitter at @josiahway, and on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josiahway.

    • 26 min
    146: Thomas Callan, Instructional Media Engineer at Siena College

    146: Thomas Callan, Instructional Media Engineer at Siena College

    What does it mean to have the title of "Instructional Media Engineer" as a one-man-band on your college campus? Tom Callan joins the show to discuss how he leverages wearing multiple hats in order to provide a high level of service to his campus in all areas from design, installation, and support. Likewise, with having been back on campus for a whole year, what can the rest of us learn as we return post-COVID?

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/tecallan/.

    • 50 min
    145: E.J. Hudock, Manager, AV Infrastructure at Lafayette College

    145: E.J. Hudock, Manager, AV Infrastructure at Lafayette College

    This week, we take a walk down memory lane with a sage of the AV industry. E.J. Hudock, Manager of AV Infrastructure at Lafayette College joins to discuss supporting campus with a smaller staff and how he has adapted various technologies to pedagogies over the past forty years of his career.

    Connect with E.J. Hudock on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ejhudock/.

    • 52 min
    144: Cody Bennett, Manager of User Services at the University of Alaska Southeast

    144: Cody Bennett, Manager of User Services at the University of Alaska Southeast

    No matter how big your school is or where you are geographically located, we all face similar challenges in supporting our staff and designing our spaces. In this episode, Cody Bennett, Manager of User Services at the University of Alaska Southeast discusses the unique challenges in being located where vendors won’t regularly come, and how they are a true home grown department. He drops golden lines throughout the entire episode, like “leadership is influence,” “make principle choices, not technology choices,” and “the impact is in the people. People are still hurting.” And be sure to listen to the end for special “bonus content!”

    Connect with Cody Bennett on Twitter at @CodyJBennett and on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/codyjbennett/.

    • 57 min
    143: Jim Spencer, Educational Support Technician at the University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business

    143: Jim Spencer, Educational Support Technician at the University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business

    What value does earning both a CTS-I and CTS-D bring to your institution? Jim Spencer, Educational Support Technician at the University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business, joins the show to talk about his AV journey, the impact of COVID on Notre Dame and higher ed, and his vision for the CCUMC Professional Development Committee.
    Connect with Jim Spencer on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jspence4. Learn more about Notre Dame at https://www.nd.edu.

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

JFranck86 ,

Incredible!

I recently found the podcast and started at the beginning. I work in Higher Ed as an AV Engineer, PM, and control systems programmer. It’s refreshing to hear we have the same struggles as others and listen to their experiences.

Ali kia 1973 ,

Excellent

Joe way has a lot of knowledge and he is sharing his knowledge with others. I love this podcast and recommend it to others.

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