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Recently, I had the chance to spend a couple days Down Under with an inspiring group of people using video and Mediasite in creative and practical ways. The very first Mediasite Australia/New Zealand Summit brought together more than 50 enthusiastic Mediasite users to share and collaborate around how video is transforming their organizations. With the […]
Summer vacation is over, and the fall semester is here. We want you and your faculty to start off the year with confidence, so we collected some of our best back to school resources just for you in our Back to School Video Tool Kit. Download the kit to get a jump start on the […]
(Photos from Convene Magazine - From left, Midori Connolly, Liz King, Jenise Fryatt)
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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Temple University’s Fox School of Business is among the largest, most distinguished business schools in the world, and faculty use the newest technologies to transform the way business students learn. The use of academic video has exploded in the school and is deepening engagement, personalizing learning and ultimately improving learning outcomes and retention.
Education technology in New Zealand is rapidly changing due to the introduction of high-speed broadband internet to schools across the country. Students have good access to technology in their classrooms, and some schools are beginning to integrate portable devices into their teaching and learning programs.
The New Zealand Information and Communications Technology Strategic Framework for Education states that all students should be able to access information and communications technology at school and have the opportunity to become confident and capable users.
Is your video strategy strong enough to lead the video revolution? Let us know! There’s only one week left to apply for the 10th annual Enterprise Video Awards, formerly the Rich Media Impact Awards. If you haven’t shared your Mediasite success story with us yet, stop what you’re doing and apply today.
(Photo: A Tilburg University student watches a lecture via Mediasite by Sonic Foundry. Credit: Tilburg University)
A new method of instruction is heating up classrooms thanks to the availability of creation and capture tools at the fingertips of faculty and students. Many traditional lecturing professors started experimenting with a technology-driven pedagogy that we’ve all heard a lot about by now — flipped classrooms.