Friday, February 27, 2009

NEBSA Attendees Convene on Substantial Service Deadlines and Creative Distance Learning Applications

Spectrum Bridge exhibited at the 2009 Annual National Educational Broadband Services convention in Boca Raton, Florida February 23rd through the 25th. Panel speaker Bob Rini of Rini-Coran addressed legal concerns for EBS holders who must meet the May 2011 substantial service requirements, and provided tips on finding innovative ways to monetize their excess capacity EBS spectrum. Among other highly attended sessions included one on the $7 billion Broadband Stimulus Package and several outstanding sessions on mobile learning technologies and other creative distance learning techniques. Some of the exciting curricula presented included case studies of elementary and secondary science and biology programs involving transmission of real time data captured directly from tropical rain forests by and to students in classrooms here in the U.S.

“This is a great group whose members are committed to applying cutting edge wireless technology for anytime, anywhere learning for students,” said Walt Bolil, EBS Advisor and Business Development Manager at Spectrum Bridge. “We were delighted to talk to so many members who are also looking for creative solutions to monetize their excess EBS capacity for funding these valuable programs, and look forward to helping them.”
EBS holders may contact Walt directly for a complimentary consultation on their excess spectrum assets at (407) 792-1570 x531

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