TV Whitespaces for Museums and Archives

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TV Whitespaces for Museums and Archives

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The Canvas Network sets itself apart from other education providers by making learning current and directly relevant to you. For example, the network uses the AMC hit TV series "The Walking Dead" to teach lessons in survival, science and society. Looking to advance your business career even further? Learn from knowledgeable professors like Kirk O. Hanson. Hanson has 23 years of experience teaching business ethics and is the executive director for the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University. Learn about large events like the Olympics with professor Mark Wilson, who has visited eight world's fairs and two Olympics. The Canvas Network leaves behind the “one-size-fits-all” approach to online learning and offers classes taught by outstanding professors with course material that is made relevant to today's society.

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Funded by San Jose State University, this course provides a professional development opportunity for ​museum and archives professionals to learn about the applications of TV White Space (TVWS) technology. Find out how you can implement this emerging technology in your ​organization and use it to collaborate with community anchor institutions to advance access, inclusion, and crisis planning.

Objectives
  • To build awareness of TVWS technology.
  • To understand how TVWS wireless networks operate.
  • To understand how TVWS can work in disaster response scenarios.
  • To develop familiarity with several TVWS case studies.
  • To understand how to plan for TVWS at your museum or archive.

Target Audience: Museum and archives professionals, Students in ​Museum Science and Archives & Records Administration, Community Anchor Institution Professionals, and anyone interested in learning the basics of TVWS.​


Course is offered by the S...

Funded by San Jose State University, this course provides a professional development opportunity for ​museum and archives professionals to learn about the applications of TV White Space (TVWS) technology. Find out how you can implement this emerging technology in your ​organization and use it to collaborate with community anchor institutions to advance access, inclusion, and crisis planning.

Objectives
  • To build awareness of TVWS technology.
  • To understand how TVWS wireless networks operate.
  • To understand how TVWS can work in disaster response scenarios.
  • To develop familiarity with several TVWS case studies.
  • To understand how to plan for TVWS at your museum or archive.

Target Audience: Museum and archives professionals, Students in ​Museum Science and Archives & Records Administration, Community Anchor Institution Professionals, and anyone interested in learning the basics of TVWS.​


Course is offered by the School of Information/San Jose State University.

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