How Teikyo University Flips Learning with Mediasite
How Teikyo University Flips Learning with Mediasite
2015 Winner • Technical Integration

At Teikyo University, a private university in the Itabashi ward of Tokyo, Japan with four main campuses and enrollment of about 24,000 students, faculty used to teach classes the traditional way — a professor in front of the class lecturing while students take notes. To make learning more personalized, it changed to flipped instruction.

Fontys University of Applied Sciences Creates Campus-Wide Lecture Capture with Mediasite
Fontys University of Applied Sciences Creates Campus-Wide Lecture Capture with Mediasite
2015 Finalist • Technical Integration

The university implemented Mediasite campus-wide, choosing to select a complete solution with a central, high-quality service for all areas. In addition, Fonty’s installed My Mediasite Desktop Recorder so faculty and students can create and publish videos from their laptops at any location.

Learning Through Glass at San Diego State
Learning Through Glass at San Diego State
2015 Winner • Learning Environment

We give faculty the opportunity to teach facing forward, which really gives them a great interactive piece. And the students, in turn, are able to interact more directly with the faculty member by facing forward.

Rich Bakken
Coordinator of media production and special events at Instructional Technology Services
San Diego State University

How East Carolina University Earns Grants with My Mediasite
How East Carolina University Earns Grants with My Mediasite
2015 Finalist • Learning Environment

East Carolina University College of Allied Health Sciences uses My Mediasite, Sonic Foundry’s Desktop Recorder, to assist with grant applications.

University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine
2015 Winner • Rapid Deployment

Before our Mediasite expansion project, our faculty were slaves to the schedule. Now they can record whenever they want.

Alison Kwiatkowski
Instructional designer
University of Florida

University of Florida IT
University of Florida IT
2015 Finalist • Rapid Deployment

The innovative workflow and collaboration between the Center for Instructional Technology and Training and Video and Collaboration Services makes it so that our end users can be up and running with Mediasite after only a single email.

How an Engineering School Saw 78% Increase in Enrollment with Mediasite
How an Engineering School Saw 78% Increase in Enrollment with Mediasite
2015 Winner • Prolific Use

Before Mediasite, we offered a static, in-class only Graduate Engineering program for local students. Now, we offer an integrated fully asynchronous learning environment for in-class and online students in 23 states and six countries.

Jeff Schwartz
Director of e-learning
Villanova University

Top 3 Reasons Mediasite at University of Florida is Awesome
Top 3 Reasons Mediasite at University of Florida is Awesome
2015 Finalist • Prolific Use

We have used Mediasite for over a decade to capture lectures and to record and live stream events across campus. Mediasite gave us the ability to automatically record and publish lectures, making them available in easily embeddable catalogs.

Brian Smith
Video operations supervisor
University of Florida

Teaching a Rural Student Population at Southern Cross University
Teaching a Rural Student Population at Southern Cross University
2015 Winner • Outcomes

Mediasite has helped us bridge the gap by providing lectures to students, either as downloadable lectures or streaming.

Tim Lane
Manager of client services and security
Southern Cross University

Revitalizing the Indigenous Maori Language with Mediasite Webcasts
Revitalizing the Indigenous Maori Language with Mediasite Webcasts
2015 Finalist • Outcomes

This is already making a difference and has immediate benefits for students, as well as family and community who are also able to view and share the classroom activities from their homes. We think this system of user-generated language content could be used as a national model for strengthening indigenous language revitalization.

Mark Dashper
Faculty of Education
Te Puna Wananga