Category: Best practices
New research reveals video as the key to student access; increases retention and graduation rates.
If you attended UBTech last week in Orlando, Fla., we hope you had a chance to stop by our booth to find out what’s new with Mediasite. In case you missed us or weren’t able to attend the show, here’s a recap of our whirlwind week. Stick with us to the end – we have […]
*This is a short series where I’m recapping some of my favorite sessions from UBTech 2017. Relive the conference on demand for free at UBTech 2017 Showcase. The principles that suck us in to YouTube videos are the same things that have made movies captivating for decades and plays engaging for centuries. In the […]
*This is a short series where I’m recapping some of my favorite sessions from UBTech 2017. Relive the conference on demand for free at UBTech 2017 Showcase. Jason Webb, online learning analyst at Syracuse University, posed this question to the audience at UBTech 2017: Do instructors at your institutions want to create multi-media content […]
This is part three of a series called Livestreaming Your Event by guest columnist Timothy Mercer, Senior Content Marketer at Cvent. So, what to do with livestream content? Your event’s over, your attendees have all returned to their 9-to-5s and you’ve got a bunch of footage that you livestreamed from your event. You might have footage […]
This is part one of a series called Livestreaming Your Event by guest columnist Timothy Mercer, Senior Content Marketer at Cvent. Whether you’re trying to reach a broader audience, cut costs, raise revenue or repurpose event content, incorporating livestreams as part of your event strategy is the newest thing for 2017. In this series, we’ll cover […]
On Monday, more than 30 Mediasite users from the New England area gathered in Boston, Mass. for the first-ever Northeast Mediasite Chapter Meeting. They spent the day collaborating and sharing how they’re using online video to boost student engagement and achievement.
Thank you to our fantastic host, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, for making this event possible. Here are some highlights from the day.
Ian Tosh, Manager of Media and Educational Technology Services at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, talks about a new active learning classroom and the flexibility Mediasite provided in the room design.
“Flexibility has been something that I’ve really enjoyed in AV design, as well as in our use of Mediasite,” he said.
Math-teacher Brooke McCurdy had very little experience in front of the camera when she started enhancing her teaching with academic video, but that didn’t stop her. She discovered a feedback loop with her students was the best way to get their buy-in, and for her to improve her skills. Watch this two-minute video where Brooke […]
Over 14 years of teaching math, Brooke McCurdy has morphed her style from structured lectures to technology-enhanced, multiple-methodology teaching. Brooke shared her tips for success with academic video in a recent webinar. Watch it if you’re looking to use academic video to reinforce learning, breakdown complex concepts and successfully implement classroom projects. Or watch this two-minute […]