Category: Best practices
On our campus we have a lot of different schools using Mediasite. And yet you realize, when you see this broad array of people using Mediasite at universities and businesses around the world, how many different applications there are for it, and just problems and solutions that I wouldn't have thought of. It's good to be able to learn from other people's experiences.
~Adam Williams, Instructional Operations Coordinator, University of Southern California - Marshall School of Business
The call for nominations for the 2013 RMIA is open once again. Members of the Mediasite user community are invited to nominate organizations that achieved measurable improvements in information accessibility, cost savings, efficiency and productivity through Mediasite. And winners will join the more than 140 people who have been recognized for the past nine years.
Need a good reason to apply? Here are 5:
The countdown is on to the seventh annual Mediasite User Conference, taking place April 28 – May 1 in Madison, Wisconsin. What separates this gathering from the rest is its aversion to cookie-cutter conferencing. Whether you’re an UNLEASH veteran or this is your first year, here are a few things you should know about what’s coming in 2013.
Thinking of using Mediasite to live stream your next event? Or are you a Mediasite rookie and just need a little 101 before you get started?
Our Event Services Program Director John Pollard has come to the rescue. He recorded this short four-minute video as an overview of the possibilities you have with the Mediasite Player.
Campus IT priorities are changing — or are they? Clearly campus IT leaders confront significant budget challenges and as well as the growing demand for additional IT resources and services: going mobile, maintaining IT security, supporting online instruction, migrating to cloud computing, enabling lecture capture, and also updating the institutional IT infrastructure.
You may have seen the Games+Learning+Society (GLS) group in the news recently for receiving over $1 million from the Gates Foundation to design games that focus on kindness instead of violence. Well, if that interested you, here’s your chance to learn more about GLS. You can hear from the group and many prominent speakers from around the country directly, because Sonic Foundry is the webcast provider for the GLS Conference 8.0 held next week June 13 to 15 in Madison.
I’m hearing things throughout UNLEASH that are pure gold. The journalist in me gets so excited every time I hear one and I think to myself “Oh that’s definitely hitting the blog.” And then there are the things people say that are so golden that it’s just inappropriate to say on here. Let’s just say this has been a great time and what happens at UNLEASH stays at UNLEASH.
We've got hundreds of Mediasite users here in Madison learning and networking, but UNLEASH 2012 is a hybrid event so we've got a whole other group watching sessions live or on-demand remotely in our MUG (Mediasite User Group) Community.
Hershel Miller our online concierge is helping moderate the conversations and providing help where needed.
We’re at the historic Majestic Theater in downtown Madison for an evening of networking with dinner, drinks and music. And if last night’s festivities were any indication of what’s to come, tonight will be an even bigger celebration. It was obvious lots of attendees today were wiped out after last night and they took a little break this afternoon to nap and refresh for tonight.