Category: At the mic
We do a lot of webinars. At least three a month in fact. But regardless of the topic, from getting faculty on board to impacts on student learning, one question always comes up: what kind of [insert type of educational technology here] are you using?
How to Engage Members, Attract Partners and Generate Revenue: The ROI of Webcasting for Associations
Todd Hutchings and his team at the Ontario Hospital Association have a fantastic ROI story to tell. They've told bits of it before, and it earned them not one but two Rich Media Impact Awards. But since then, even more has happened, and that's why we've asked him to take the mic in our Best Practices Webinar Series to present, "How to Engage Members, Attract Partners and Generate Revenue: The ROI of Webcasting for Associations." As ever, it's free.
The Streaming School of Business: How the University of Minnesota Leverages Lecture Capture Technology for Online Courses, Webinars and Special Events
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.
We're delighted to have Dr. Lerner with the University of Wisconsin - Platteville presenting "Can Lecture Capture Make You A Better Professor?" on Tuesday, September 21 at 10:30 a.m. CDT (convert to your time zone). As always, our best practices webinars are free. Simply register here before the event.
Professor Andrew Renaut is performing - and webcasting - a live, rare and as he describes it "anatomically interesting" surgery today from OR6 at The Brisbane Private Hospital in Queensland, Australia. Renaut is Professor of Surgery, runs a surgical practice and started a company called Videosurgery that streams surgical procedures both live and on-demand via the Mediasite webcasting platform.