Sign Up For Live Webinar: The Attendee Journey: Leveraging Technology Before, During And After Your Event
Your attendees embark on a journey the moment they register for an event. And whether that journey is bumpy and rife with confusion or smooth sailing and packed with information depends largely on the event technology plan you’ve put in place to guide them. Is your plan up to the task? Do you trust it […]
Here are a few reasons to feel really old.
Freshmen entering college this fall were born in 1995. While you probably had a cassette player or Discman, answering machine and an Apple IIe, life without a smart phone is almost unimaginable for this generation.
Rites of passage have more to do with having their own cell phone and Skype accounts than with getting a driver’s license and car. Your car CD player is so ancient and embarrassing to them, and they never really have to go over to their friends’ houses to study. They can just do that virtually.
Inside Higher Ed’s ‘The Pulse’ Podcast Discusses Flipped Classrooms, User-Generated Content with Mediasite
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Today we're excited to share that Sean Brown, Sonic Foundry's vice president of education, is featured on Inside Higher Ed’s monthly technology podcast "The Pulse." Sean discusses lecture capture and campus event webcasting with Mediasite.
The podcast is about 20 minutes long and covers a wide range of topics from user-generated content to flipped classrooms.
Webcasting Beyond the Classroom: RMIA Enterprise Finalist Memphis City Schools-Office of Instructional Technology
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Sometimes it’s gratifying to take a break from the to-do list and appreciate what’s already been accomplished. Each month we present best practice webinars for lecture capture, hybrid events and online video. In December we realized that the 150+ webinars we’ve hosted over the years have surpassed 100,000 views, and those numbers are still growing.