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Extron Electronics Newsletter Features the Seigel Learning Center

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Extron Electronics Newsletter Features the Seigel Learning Center


The Clark School's Seigel Learning Center (SLC) was featured in the September, 2014 issue of Extron Electronics’ E-News. This publication is distributed exclusively via email to over 10,000 of the top AV retailers and designers worldwide. The newsletter refers readers to a more complete article that is featured on the Extron Electronics website. The SLC studio classrooms are included in an area of their website that showcases installation stories for Instructional Technologies.

Extron is a family owned ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer of AV components that work together to convert, switch and distribute signals, and control entire AV systems from a single interface. Their products enable effective communication in a variety of presentation environments, such as classrooms, conference rooms, lecture halls, and control centers. Today they have 30 offices worldwide, and back every product with uncompromising service, support, and solutions.

View article on Extron website

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