New ‘glass chalkboard’ using Mediasite Desktop Recorder creates more engaging STEM courses.
With nearly 60 Mediasite Recorders on campus, the University of Florida is one of the most prolific users of Mediasite with an impressive enterprise video deployment.
CompTIA uses Mediasite to create educational content for association members — everything from live training sessions in its Downers Grove, Ill. headquarters to quarterly staff meetings that allow the entire association to attend online.
In the face of budget constraints, Mediasite Desktop Recorder allows UMKC School of Law to capture events inside and outside of the law school.
The Internet Broadcast Project live streams educational videos via Mediasite to 70 rural South African schools, reaching 54,000+ students and 3,000 teachers.
NC State’s instructional video producers thought they had seen every kind of course imaginable put online – until a faculty member asked them to take her social dance class to the online environment.
At Florida State University, students and faculty aren’t just sharing presentations and lecturing to students on campus. They’re reaching people around the world by recording presentations with Mediasite in GEOSET Studios.
Penn State Hershey Medical Center, an academic health center, began using Mediasite 11 years ago, and it has since become the core of its teaching and training.
How did a small regional association engage members, create valuable new partnerships and generate new revenue without new staff or fundraising? With live webcasting, that’s how.
When Minnesota Continuing Legal Education decided to go online with their courses, they went big. The organization built a state-of-the-art studio and started producing more than 300 live educational webcasts a year.