Category: Cool uses
Florida State University senior Daniel Domínguez is somewhat of a worldwide celebrity thanks to Mediasite.
The 22-year-old environmental science major and philosophy minor is already an accomplished videographer, having been responsible for recording, editing, starring in and uploading hundreds of videos as Chief Technology Officer of the campus’ GEOSET Studios.
Video use is on the rise. Last year, our higher education customers alone recorded an astounding 228 years worth of video with Mediasite.
Are you part of the endless stream of video being created on Mediasite? Let the world know on Twitter, Facebook, and the Mediasite Community with #wemediasite.
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(Part of an ongoing series featuring Enterprise Video Award finalists)
In Nigeria, 2.5 million students qualify to begin college each year, however Nigerian universities are only able to accommodate 500,000 students with campus-based studies.
Most students also have to keep full-time jobs to afford schooling, and travel constraints — long distances, heavy traffic and poor roads — act against earning a college degree in Nigeria.
As companies become more interested in engaging employees with video for corporate communications and training, companies like Dell are fast-tracking their sophisticated enterprise video strategies and putting the power of content creation in the hands of their employees.
This week scientists set the hands of the iconic Doomsday Clock at five minutes to midnight, unchanged from its position last year.
The Clock was introduced in 1947 by the Bulletin of Atomic Sciences at the University of Chicago. Scientists, including several who worked on the Manhattan Project, wanted to provide a visual representation of how close they believed we were to global disaster. Back then it was set at 7 minutes to midnight.
Photo: Ralph Welsh, professor at Clemson University, uses flipped instruction to reach more students and create more personalized learning experiences. See what he has to say below.
Enterprises and classrooms pushed rich video to the forefront of their tech plans last year, and Mediasite was at the center of it all.
Imagine finding yourself on an elevator with the famous founder of your company. Do you smile politely and ride it out? Or do you seize the opportunity and pitch him the big idea you’ve been working on?
If you’re Lawrence Grafton you do the latter. He pitched Michael Dell himself on an enterprise video initiative that would unify corporate messaging to more than 100,000 Dell employees and ensure that everyone, no matter where they are in the world, is speaking the same language.
It’s easy to picture a traditional classroom — a lecturing professor with rows of students watching, listening and taking notes.
But that age-old model is turning a cartwheel in some of the best classrooms in academia, and chances are someone in your department is already flipping their classroom.
The video revolution is rapidly changing how we work, learn, communicate, teach and do business. Unleash 2014 lets you join more than 300 of your professional peers for the most in-depth Mediasite and video learning experience. You’ll get the ideas, inspiration and strategies needed to advance your organization’s video initiatives and your own professional goals. Need a good reason to get your boss to approve the conference? Read on for our top 12:
Why it’s good for you: