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Stevan Vigneaux

Stevan Vigneaux, Director of Product Management, Mimio
Stevan has over 25 years of experience in marketing and product management of high tech software and hardware systems, product development, and engineering. He served as Vice President of Marketing and Product Management for IPeria, a telecom firm. He was also Director of Industry Marketing for video equipment manufacturer Avid Technology. At Avid, Stevan’s innovative approach to video systems was instrumental in the development of the world’s first networked video editing system.

Before joining Avid, Stevan led a Product Marketing team for Sony Corporation of Japan, where he helped to develop and launch a range of products that became market leaders.

Stevan is a graduate of Boston’s Northeastern University, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He also holds a U.S. patent in the area of digital multimedia production technology. Stevan is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, and has been published in numerous professional journals and magazines.

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Recent Posts

10 Reasons You Have to Attend ISTE 2015

Posted by Stevan Vigneaux on Wed, Jun 17, 2015

As we gear up for another great year at one of the largest education technology conferences in the U.S., everyone’s wondering what the 2015 ISTE Conference & Expo has in store. ISTE offers many opportunities to get inspired, meet colleagues, and learn about some of the most interesting trends in the educational technology industry. This year, the conference and expo will be held in the “City of Brotherly Love” – Philadelphia. From the sights of the city to the booths and workshops at the conference, here are ten things you surely won’t want to miss.  Take note to enjoy the full experience of ISTE 2015:

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Topics: Education Technology

Touch Technology: Tomorrow’s Learners Pushing Today’s Classrooms

Posted by Stevan Vigneaux on Wed, Apr 22, 2015

The Benefits of Touch-Enabled Technology for Education 

Touch displays and mobile devices, the next generation of technology available in the classroom, are driving group learning to a new level of relevance and engagement. Use of this technology has seen a fivefold increase1 among children under age 8, and is becoming the norm for these students of tomorrow. The state-of-the-art touch displays and projectors allow all students – including those with disabilities – to become more engaged with the curriculum being taught. These interactive solutions are another major step in education for intuitive technologies that allow students to experience imagery, touch, and gestures, and engage with the content, the learning, and each other.

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5 Tips for Buying Interactive Flat Panel Displays for the Classroom

Posted by Stevan Vigneaux on Wed, Oct 15, 2014

How to Choose the Right Display For Your Classroom

Large flat panel displays fill an increasing number of living rooms with dazzling images, and the theater experience is becoming a daily experience at home. Many of today’s students are accustomed to high definition – for them it has become the expected standard. As educators and schools strive to find ways to better engage students and motivate learning, they are recognizing that using interactive HD technology in the classroom is key. In these tips we highlight the top five things to think about when making this purchase.

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Topics: Classroom Technology, Interactive Whiteboard, Flat Panel Displays

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