Each year at UNLEASH, the Mediasite User Conference, I’m always amazed at the diversity of our attendees.
I don’t know why this surprises me, since the cross-section of UNLEASH participants is a true representation of Mediasite webcasting and lecture capture customers around the world.
On the geographic front, we’re honored to have hosted guests from five continents! Here’s what some of our international Mediasite fans have said about UNLEASH:
Make this the year you become your organization’s webcasting hero and Mediasite guru. Throughout 2011, we're providing several Mediasite training opportunities to help you make that goal a reality. Whether you’re a newer Mediasite user and need a comprehensive tutorial for the complete platform or you’re a seasoned user looking to pick up on more advanced Mediasite integration capabilities, you’re in luck. Check out these opportunities to hone your skills, learn from the best and be your own expert.
The Streaming School of Business: How the University of Minnesota Leverages Lecture Capture Technology for Online Courses, Webinars and Special Events
We're delighted to host Eric Hards, Lockheed Martin's Manager for Streaming Media Services, for our upcoming webinar, "Webcasting for the Enterprise: High-Quality Production for High-Profile Events and Execs." It's free - just register here before we go live Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at noon (convert to your time zone here).
It’s that time of year. Resolutions are made. New projects started. Goals set. The invigorating start of the year also provides a prime opportunity to try something new. Start your New Year right by planning to share your Mediasite experience or expertise at UNLEASH 2011, the annual Mediasite User Conference, held May 16-18 in Madison, Wisconsin.
It’s the best networking and learning venue for Mediasite enthusiasts worldwide. And it’s all possible with individuals like you:
For our holiday greeting this year we asked ourselves, "Who really embodies the spirit of the season?" The man in the red suit may instantly come to mind. But we think it is children. No matter how you celebrate in the month of December, chances are the children of your community are going to play a role. That's why we invited Mr. Hamel's class at Shorewood Hills Elementary to create hi-tech holiday greetings based on their artwork and poetry.
Here in the U.S., the holiday season is in full swing and 2011 is just days away. So maybe that's why I waxed nostalgic when I received this request last Wednesday from a senior lecturer in London.