Category: Cool uses
Photo: Sonic Foundry
The CEO of Salesforce, Marc Benioff, has dubbed his user conference, Dreamforce, “the best Dreamforce ever.” We definitely agree.
Here’s a question for you to ponder:
What would be different if your marketing strategy was based on video?
When most marketers hear that they instantly think of highly-produced segments with scripts, actors, music and production schedules worthy of a Super Bowl commercial spot. And there’s a place for that, budget permitting.
(Photo: Dell employees record a video using My Mediasite by Sonic Foundry. Credit: Lawrence Grafton)
Companies are increasingly engaging employees with video for corporate communications and trainings. They’re fast-tracking their sophisticated enterprise video strategies and putting the power of content creation into the hands of their employees.
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.
Upload a picture of Mediasite in action, a 10 second video clip or a simple status update with #wemediasite. If you’re one of the first 50 to post we’ll send you a link to the Mediasite Virtual Vault of Vintage Gear.
(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.
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.