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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.
As companies become more interested in engaging employees with video for corporate communications and training, companies like Dell are fast-tracking their sophisticated enterprise video strategies and putting the power of content creation in the hands of their employees.
Photo: Ralph Welsh, professor at Clemson University, uses flipped instruction to reach more students and create more personalized learning experiences. See what he has to say below.
Enterprises and classrooms pushed rich video to the forefront of their tech plans last year, and Mediasite was at the center of it all.
Imagine finding yourself on an elevator with the famous founder of your company. Do you smile politely and ride it out? Or do you seize the opportunity and pitch him the big idea you’ve been working on?
If you’re Lawrence Grafton you do the latter. He pitched Michael Dell himself on an enterprise video initiative that would unify corporate messaging to more than 100,000 Dell employees and ensure that everyone, no matter where they are in the world, is speaking the same language.
It’s easy to picture a traditional classroom — a lecturing professor with rows of students watching, listening and taking notes.
But that age-old model is turning a cartwheel in some of the best classrooms in academia, and chances are someone in your department is already flipping their classroom.
Since we launched it in 2007, we’ve hosted 199 webinars in our Mediasite webinar program, have garnered 150,872 all-time views and have shared a lot of video knowledge.
This year was our most-watched yet, with 18,372 people tuning in for 16 webinars focusing on what you need to know to stay competitive with your video strategy. Corporate communications? Covered. New technology-driven pedagogies or campus-wide capture solutions? Done. How to prepare for the BYOD revolution? Solved. And there’s more. Much, much more.
Photos: (Right) An ABC for Health employee records a webcast with Mediasite about lifeline and link-up services in Wisconsin. (Bottom) Julia Gutnik, a University of Wisconsin-Madison intern, and Brynne McBride, assistant director, ABC for Health, record the webcast in their studio. They also record talk-show formatted webcasts on the left wall.
A nonprofit law firm in Madison, Wis. created an online, YouTube-style video hub with informative Mediasite webcasts about government health programs.
Gretchen Kellerstrass, 18, was one of 140 students — only a handful of them female — from 10 Ohio high schools to participate in a dual enrollment program at University of Cincinnati.