On this timely webinar, Audinate’s Joshua Rush speaks with Joe Way, Director of Learning Environments-Information Technology Services for USC to discuss the school’s migration to AV-over-IP using Dante. They will cover how this approach has helped to position USC to support a hybrid learning model in response to COVID-19 that combines limited on-campus student attendance with distributed classrooms and robust at-home experiences.
They will cover details of the various learning scenarios that are being contemplated at USC, the technology and products used, and how this Dante-driven model can be extended to other colleges and universities.
Joe Way – University of Southern California
Joe Way, PhD, CTS is the Director of Learning Environments at the University of Southern California. Previously, he worked as the Director of Multimedia Services at California Baptist University and the Regional Tech Director for Saddleback Church. Joe hosts the Higher Ed AV podcast and wrote the book Producing Worship: A theology of Church Technical Arts. Joe also serves on the USC Athletics Trojan Board of Directors and is a regular contributor to Church Production Magazine. He has received numerous awards throughout his career and has more than 25 years of experience in education, technical production, and organizational management.
Josh Rush is the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Product at Audinate. In this role, Josh is responsible for the overall product management process and product roadmap, along with the global marketing strategies and regional marketing plans. Josh has over 20 years of experience in business, consumer and channel marketing in a variety of industries, including computer hardware, networking and telecommunications. Prior to joining Audinate, Josh held the position as Vice President of Marketing and Product at Vesta, a provider in client branded electronic payment solutions. Josh also formerly served as the Digital Home Marketing Manager at HP. Josh received his Masters in Business Administration degree from the University of Southern California, and his Bachelor of Administration undergraduate degree in marketing communications at Boston University.