It’s a valid question. Why should I care about some awards program Sonic Foundry created to honor its customers? Too inside baseball, right?
Wrong. Here are 5 reasons why I think the finalists of our 2010 Rich Media Impact Awards are definitely worth your attention, even if you aren't, haven't and never will be taking part:
As is usual this time of year in Madison, we woke up to about 4 or 5 inches of fresh snow. After I quickly cleared the driveway and sidewalk with my ancient-but-reliable Ariens, I was able to get out to the XC ski trails to do a few loops before my kids were even awake. As I was focusing on my technique, I got to thinking about Mediasite. (No, seriously!) Let me explain.
Russell Beard, Director of Information and Communication Services at Big Bend Community College, will present on this topic Tuesday, January 26 at 11:00 a.m. Central. Like all our webinars, it is free. Just register before we go live.
How is one of the smallest community colleges in the state of Washington with one of the largest service districts - 4,000 students across 4,500 square miles - finding the money, time and political will to launch new programs at a time like this?
Two speakers from Memphis City Schools - Jeff Baxter, Department of Communications, and Scott Holcomb, Department of Instructional Technology - will present "5 Reasons K-12 Desperately Needs Webcasts, Webinars and On-Demand Video" tomorrow, January 26, at 9:30 a.m. Central. As always, it's free. Just register before we go live.
A story on NPR this morning, "Lost King Speech To Be Heard After 50 Years" got me thinking: you may never know just how valuable the presentations you capture will become.
Back in January 1960, Bethel College in Newton, Kansas played host to Martin Luther King Jr. In preparing for the 50th anniversary celebration of that speech, college officials realized they didn't have a copy. No transcript. No audio. Nada.
Seems to be Speaker and Award Submission Season. Here are a few on our radar that you might be interested, as well as our very own call for proposals and award nominations: