One of the reasons online learning is so successful is because it is powerful enough to bridge time and distance, allowing colleges and universities to share education across borders to students all over the world. That valuable ability to time shift becomes even more important in the face of unexpected events. The recent travel ban, […]
Video use is on the rise. Last year, our higher education customers alone recorded an astounding 228 years worth of video with Mediasite.
Are you part of the endless stream of video being created on Mediasite? Let the world know on Twitter, Facebook, and the Mediasite Community with #wemediasite.
Upload a picture of Mediasite in action, a 10 second video clip or a simple status update with #wemediasite. If you’re one of the first 50 to post we’ll send you a link to the Mediasite Virtual Vault of Vintage Gear.
(Part of an ongoing series featuring Enterprise Video Award finalists)
Duke University’s School of Medicine has seen a boatload of change over the last few years - from its new state-of-the-art health education facility that opened in 2013, to a new curriculum that gives students more time on wards to a new lecture-capture system.
Jobs in science, technology, engineering and math are primarily dominated by men, but a new dual-enrollment program at the University of Cincinnati is aiming to make more women interested in those fields by bringing college engineering courses to high school students.
Check out this article on UC’s website for more information about the program: UC Brings College into Area High Schools
Teaching A Class from 1,700 Miles Away: How Texas Tech Leverages Mediasite for Live Remote Instruction
Students attending class online? That’s been going on for a while now. But I would argue that we’re still in the frontier of faculty using video to teach from wherever they are. Including live from their home offices. Check out this example:
It’s voting season in the online learning and rich video world. Each year we’re lucky enough to be recognized by you – our readers, partners, customers and fans – and we’re hoping to carry on that tradition this year.
If you’ve got a few seconds would you mind checking out the links below and voting for/nominating Mediasite by Sonic Foundry, please? We’d be forever grateful.
eSchool News Ed-Tech Readers’ Choice Awards – Voting closes April 26. Vote here.
The holiday season is a time to relax and reminisce with family and friends, but with that comes endless snacking, gigantic meals and leftovers. If you are guilty of spending your entire holiday in front of the dips, fudge, cookies, and mashed potatoes – which, be serious, you are – then it’s time to work off those calories and get back into shape in 2012.
Incredible! It was only 12 short months ago that I wrote a similar post for UNLEASH 2011. And here we are, fresh off the new year and kicking off our sixth annual Mediasite User Conference to be held May 7-9 in Madison, Wisconsin. This year we’re Unleashing the Edge at the best networking and learning venue for Mediasite enthusiasts around the globe.
Here's an interesting fact about NASA: while the Space Shuttle has been its highest profile mission, it is only one of 93 active missions NASA is working on. At least 1,000 workers plus 2,000 contractors across the entire country provide important services every day to get to the point of liftoff. The NASA Safety Center (NSC) is responsible for training these individuals, as well as providing safety assurance for NASA's most critical missions and some of the nation's most significant investments.