Congratulations to this year’s Enterprise Video Awards Winners.
The talented group from universities, enterprises, health associations and hospitals was honored last night at the global Mediasite User Conference Unleash during a special ceremony at Madison Museum of Contemporary Art in Wisconsin.
“The inspiring work that our customers are doing with Mediasite never ceases to amaze us every day. We, as a company are lucky to be involved in these cutting-edge initiatives that are transforming video into the most powerful and valuable medium in their organizations. Congratulations to this year’s winners for a job very well done,” said Gary Weis, Sonic Foundry CEO.
View the Showcase of videos this year’s winners and finalists submitted, as well as those of year’s past: http://sofo.mediasite.com/Mediasite/Showcase/evas/Channel/eva2017
High Profile Event Award: CompTIA
This non-profit’s conference grew from 1,000 attendees to more than 30,000 by going creating an online component with Mediasite.
Innovation Award: GGzE
The Netherlands mental health organization records patient therapy sessions – with permission – for doctors’ review.
Learning Environment Award: Mount Mary University
An American Sign Language class is greatly improved by using Mediasite for homework assignments and exams.
Mediasite in Action Award: Information Technology & Computing Services, East Carolina University
The university shut down in the wake of a hurricane, but classes continued with Mediasite.
Outcomes Award: ABC for Health, Inc.
Rural Wisconsin families stay up to date on the changing healthcare landscape with free online webinars.
Overall Awesomeness Award: Duquesne University
Students studying international relations practice crisis management by simulating real-world situations and live streaming mock press conferences to their peers.
Training Outcomes Award: (co-winners) Groene Hart Ziekenhuis & Noordhoff Health
Groene Hart Ziekenhuis nurses access on the job instructional videos via QR codes thanks to Noordhoff Health and Mediasite.
Video in Education Scholarship: Duquesne University