Acquiring Audio/Video Equipment for Your School

BlueDollarWhen determining what audio visual (AV) equipment should be purchased for schools, instructional focus is obviously the first criteria that should be considered. However, a number of additional factors should be considered as well to ensure that quality products at good prices are acquired and that the school or school district can support the acquisition.

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Caveat Emptor- Getting What You Want When you Want it!

BlueDollarTeachers face a barrage of information when they are considering what resources to spend those valued yet limited dollars on. For teachers, like doctors, the easy part of a buying decision is why. Teachers know why they need something and what they intend to do with the resource. However it is the logistical questions that can be overwhelming.

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Lawsuit Tackles Rights to School Sports Webcasts

BlueDollarHigh school association sues newspaper for webcasting a game without permission.

The association that oversees high school sports in Wisconsin is suing the Wisconsin Newspaper Association and one of its papers, the Post-Crescent of Appleton, Wis., in a dispute about who has the right to broadcast high school sports contests online.

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When is it Legal to Film People Without Their Permission?

Is it legal to film people without their permission? Assuming you're filming them in a public place, the answer is usually "yes."

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