Category: Customer highlights
Don’t miss the very first episode of the new podcast EdTech Focus with Corey Moss (@cbmoss) to hear the latest news about Sonic Foundry. Sonic Foundry’s Executive Vice President Rob Lipps joined Corey on his show recently to discuss lecture capture, flipped and blended learning and what the future of academic video looks like. You […]
There’s a quiet revolution brewing in colleges and universities around the world. There may not be people beating down the schools’ doors like what’s happening in today’s political landscape, but there IS a major paradigm shift happening. There’s a brand new way of thinking about education that’s going to be in full force this year. […]
Mediasite Named Preferred Lecture Capture Provider for the Entire California State University System
Company is the only vendor to offer CSU a complete academic video solution – from video creation to management to delivery
Sonic Foundry today announced a new partnership with the California State University System (CSU) to offer a robust lecture capture solution to its 23 campuses. The CSU system signed a Master Enabling Agreement naming Mediasite one of two preferred lecture capture solutions for CSU’s 474,600 students and 49,000 faculty and staff. This is the newest […]
Three years ago when we worked with the Center for Digital Education to release the first faculty-focused study on flipped classrooms, The Upside of Upside Down, the benefits to both faculty and students were obvious. An overwhelming majority of faculty – 97 percent – reported successful flipped initiatives. The move from lecture capture – wherein […]
Last week at EDUCAUSE, higher education IT professionals gathered to talk about today’s toughest technology issues facing campuses globally. Recurring themes included lingering budget cuts, accessibility, security, cloud computing, the need for more effective analytic tools and the importance of a shift in campus culture to embrace technology. Things we do vs. things we buy […]
Challenge: Osgoode Professional Development (OsgoodePD) is a world leader in law school lifelong learning. Part of Osgoode Hall Law School, one of the oldest and best law schools in Canada, OsgoodePD offers credit and non-credit programs for Canadian and international lawyers, paralegals, non-law professionals, and firms and organizations. The Continuing Legal Education programs range from […]
Noordhoff Health Adopts Mediasite by Sonic Foundry to Co-Create Innovative Learning Solutions for 4,000+ European Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations
Partnership launched to provide video training to hospitals in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria & Switzerland
Sonic Foundry today announced a strategic partnership with Noordhoff Health, a business unit of Noordhoff Publishers, to co-create innovative learning solutions to more than 4,000 hospitals, care organizations and nursing schools in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria & Switzerland. From taking a patient’s blood pressure to practicing complex and critical clinical procedures, healthcare providers are […]
Emily Henry of Madison, Wis. graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership last year. And she never left Madison to do it.
With a baby at home and a full-time job, Emily – now the associate manager of field marketing at TDS Telecommunications Corp. -- needed the flexibility that only online learning gives.
She enrolled in ASU Online to watch lectures and engage with her peers and professors.
On Monday, more than 30 Mediasite users from the New England area gathered in Boston, Mass. for the first-ever Northeast Mediasite Chapter Meeting. They spent the day collaborating and sharing how they’re using online video to boost student engagement and achievement.
Thank you to our fantastic host, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, for making this event possible. Here are some highlights from the day.
Ian Tosh, Manager of Media and Educational Technology Services at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, talks about a new active learning classroom and the flexibility Mediasite provided in the room design.
“Flexibility has been something that I’ve really enjoyed in AV design, as well as in our use of Mediasite,” he said.