Category: Cool uses
Sonic Foundry has a long history of supporting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Our CFO, Ken Minor, leads Wisconsin's largest and most successful fundraising team, the Sonic Streamers, in the MS 150 Best Dam Bike Ride each year.
Earth Day is a big deal in Wisconsin where we're headquartered. Back in 1970, our then-Senator Gaylord Nelson called for an environmental teach-in to be held on April 22, 1970. Over 20 million people participated, and now, 40 years later to be exact, it's estimated over 500 million people around the globe observe Earth Day each April 22.
Timothy Lombardo of Ashland University will present "Enhancing Student Presentations Using Mediasite in the Classroom" on Tuesday, April 13 at 11:10 CDT (convert to your time zone). Why the weird start time? This presentation is serving double duty - your best practice webinar and one of our session tracks at UNLEASH 2010, the Mediasite User Conference.
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:
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.
Here's a little something to warm up your desktop in the new year.
If there's other Mediasite digital art you pine for, let us know!
Each December we scan the web horizon for great seasonal content to watch.
This year, we've got the blog to share our roundup of topics - some new, some old, some in version Mediasite 5.0, some in versions of Mediasite yesteryear. Either way, these twelve festive offerings give you an idea of what the Mediasite community is deeming capture-worthy at this time of year.
A Christmas Cabinet of Curiosities, a demonstration of holiday physics experiments by Dr. Ken Zetie, Head of Physics at St. Paul's School, London, sponsored by the Institute of Physics.