Category: Best practices
What would motivate a small non-profit to buy an enterprise grade webcasting platform? Could they ever expect to see a return on that kind of investment? And why bother with professional-grade, purpose-built hardware, when software is cheaper and easier, right?
If you're looking for data on the impact of lecture capture on student outcomes, you should definitely register for this webinar. Dr. James F. Craig at the University of Maryland, Baltimore has been collecting student feedback on lecture capture for several years. On Tuesday, June 28 at 11:00 a.m.
Classroom Capture and the Community College CIO: Effects on Student Satisfaction, Performance and Retention
Lawrence Schaaf, CIO and Dean of Academic Technology Services at North Hennepin Community College, was charged with trying to solve three major issues on campus: student satisfaction, student performance, student retention and completion.
How to Engage Members, Attract Partners and Generate Revenue: The ROI of Webcasting for Associations
Todd Hutchings and his team at the Ontario Hospital Association have a fantastic ROI story to tell. They've told bits of it before, and it earned them not one but two Rich Media Impact Awards. But since then, even more has happened, and that's why we've asked him to take the mic in our Best Practices Webinar Series to present, "How to Engage Members, Attract Partners and Generate Revenue: The ROI of Webcasting for Associations." As ever, it's free.
If you attended any of the educational technology conferences in the last few weeks, you probably heard at least one consistent theme: how do we measure the impact of technology on learning?
CBS News Channel 5 KGWN-TV Cheyenne, Wyoming, did a neat story this week on Mediasite at the University of Wyoming, where lecture capture is known as Wyocast. They highlighted a student survey, the results of which I think our readers and Mediasite users will most enjoy:
77% of students used Wyocast to watch lectures to review for quizzes or exams
I’ve talked about the importance of reporting before, but I’m betting you’ll find Joel Goble’s view on how reporting helped prove the value of what he was doing with Mediasite pretty interesting.