What do all engineering courses have in common? Complex equations and highly technical content.
For complicated courses on your campus especially, lecture capture can be a lifesaver. Your students can go back and review as much as they need to in order to understand the content. And their e-learning experience is even more valuable when that recording is in high-definition so that every single annotation made by their professor during class is crystal clear.
If you're a fan of Lock Haven University (LHU) athletics you don't have to live in Pennsylvania to watch sporting events.
The university uses Mediasite to broadcast its sports coverage to parents, fans, boosters, and alumni across the globe, to places like Australia, England, and Trinidad and Tobago.
Make this the year you become your organization’s webcasting hero and Mediasite guru. Throughout 2011, we're providing several Mediasite training opportunities to help you make that goal a reality. Whether you’re a newer Mediasite user and need a comprehensive tutorial for the complete platform or you’re a seasoned user looking to pick up on more advanced Mediasite integration capabilities, you’re in luck. Check out these opportunities to hone your skills, learn from the best and be your own expert.
It’s that time of year. Resolutions are made. New projects started. Goals set. The invigorating start of the year also provides a prime opportunity to try something new. Start your New Year right by planning to share your Mediasite experience or expertise at UNLEASH 2011, the annual Mediasite User Conference, held May 16-18 in Madison, Wisconsin.
It’s the best networking and learning venue for Mediasite enthusiasts worldwide. And it’s all possible with individuals like you:
There are tons of reasons to break up or repurpose Mediasite content. Sometimes its because you let the Mediasite Recorder capture the entire day's worth of sessions and you want to break it up by speaker. Other times you may want to take just a slice of an existing presentation and create a nice tidy little learning object.
Whatever your reason, you'll be happy to know that it's easy to repurpose content from a longer presentation into smaller, bite-sized chunks using the Mediasite Editor.
WARNING - This post is going to be a bit more technical than some of our others (but no less exciting!)
In Mediasite 5.4, communication between the remote recorder interface and the recorder has changed, affecting the TCP ports used, security settings available (including SSL encryption), and making recorder naming a more important consideration.
I wouldn't say I'm a huge ornithologist (side note: I do like Charlie Parker), but I do enjoy watching a finch or cardinal every now and then as I slowly sip a morning cup of joe. I caught this fat daddy gettin' after my bird seed (see the embedded picture) and - yes - believe it or not - it made me think of Mediasite.