For more than a decade, Dr. Paul Peercy offered essential guidance to Sonic Foundry for using technology to create deep and durable learning for students around the globe. His knowledge of the business of higher education, coupled with his passion for learning and student achievement, brought a rare and valuable perspective to the company. Dr. […]
Rosalyn Yorke, a student in the School of Biological Sciences at University of Leeds, says despite her very best efforts, she’s never going to pick up on 100% of what a lecturer says during class. Luckily for her, she’s able to review lecturers anytime she wants. “I watch lectures online after I’ve sat in them. […]
Join, a Unified Communications and Collaboration solution, streams and manages video calls, meetings and online classes
Sonic Foundry today announced it will showcase Mediasite Join, a Unified Communication and Collaboration (UCC) solution, at InfoComm 2016 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Booth C5421, June 4 – 10. Building on the market-leading Mediasite Video Platform, Mediasite Join extends the value of UCC by seamlessly integrating with leading conference services and bridges such as […]
Sonic Foundry Partners with OSHEAN to Drive Video Adoption in New England Schools, Non-Profit Organizations
Providence College, University of Rhode Island and Naval War College among first schools to select Mediasite as a service through the research and education network
Sonic Foundry today announced a new partnership with OSHEAN, Inc. a research and education network (REN) to more than 150 leading schools and community anchor institutions in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Mediasite is the premier video platform in a suite of services offered through OSHEAN’s new Video Commons 2.0 program. Members of OSHEAN, which stands […]
Photo: Sir Harold Kroto (second from left) poses with Bill Nye the Science Guy during the GEOSET studio opening in 2014. Earlier this month, the world lost a great mind and a gentleman in every sense of the word, Nobel Prize winner and Florida State University Professor Sir Harold Kroto. Dr. Kroto, who jointly received […]
Mediasite by Sonic Foundry Named Preferred Video Content Management Solution for the California State University System
Sonic Foundry today announced its partnership with the California State University System (CSU) to offer a robust and cost-effective video management system to its 23 campuses. The CSU system and Sonic Foundry have signed a Master Enabling Agreement naming Mediasite Video Platform the preferred video management solution for its 470,000 students and 47,000 faculty and […]
In three weeks, Mediasite users from around the globe will convene in Madison, Wis. (and online) for Unleash 2016, the Mediasite User Conference May 2-4. This year — the 10th anniversary of the event — will be the biggest and best yet, with 50+ sessions loaded with transformative ideas from Mediasite users and inspiring stories […]
Sonic Foundry Joins the Riverbed-Ready Technology Alliance Program to Extend Reach and Value of Riverbed Solutions for Hybrid Enterprises
Sonic Foundry, Inc. has joined the Riverbed®-Ready Technology Alliance program to bring new capabilities to both Sonic Foundry and Riverbed customers, expand the value and impact of Riverbed solutions, and help customers master the video challenges of the hybrid enterprise. The integration of Mediasite by Sonic Foundry with Riverbed solutions offers advanced technologies and market-leading […]
Today is the first round of the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament, also known as March Madness.
If you’re a sports fan in the U.S., it’s the tournament to end all tournaments. It’s time to hunker down in front of multiple screens, place your bets and hope (pray?) you filled out your brackets correctly.
I don’t follow basketball closely enough to predict the winners. But I do follow schools that partner with Mediasite for lecture capture and video management. This year those teams make up more than half of the first round of 64. So while I can’t offer much in terms of great contenders on the court, I can make a few predictions about the success of these players in the classroom.