Tag: live streaming video
How A Healthcare Non-Profit Generates Revenue with Live Webcasts – Rich Media Impact Award Global Reach Finalist
By now you may have heard about Bob van den Brand, an adjunct associated professor from Tilburg School of Economics and Management in the Netherlands. He’s using Mediasite in creative ways to get through to his tech-minded students in short 10-minute lectures.
Bob’s been recognized countless times for his fantastic lecture capture program, iSTAR Learning Project, which has dramatically increased the pass rates and satisfaction ratings among the second-year accounting students.
Sure, making any sort of financial decision can be tricky, but determining which hybrid event services to use might be trickier than you thought.
From the stage to the screen there are several vendors you need to choose, such as your streaming provider, the platform you use and the production services. As a planner you get quotes from several vendors and they may not seem like they’re apples to apples.
For the last two months we’ve shared with you the top lessons from The Meeting Professionals International Foundation’s research on hybrid meetings – events that offer a mix of face-to-face and virtual experiences simultaneously.
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Uses Webcasts for Flipped Classroom, Lecture Capture and Special Events
Many new freshmen at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB) have been introduced to a new form of learning this semester – flipped instruction, a fancy way of saying that lectures are pre-recorded and watched prior to class so that classroom time can be spent having in-depth discussions about the content.
“There is a general consensus that Mediasite really is an effective way to share the information. They get a more engaged experience that helps them to better take in and retain the information.” ~ Scott MacGougan, Russell Investments
Scott is one of the longest users of our Mediasite webcasting platform, overseeing digital media production at this global firm in Seattle, Wash. He’s responsible for recording, editing and producing audio-video webcasts for both internal and external audiences.
How do voters in Wisconsin feel about presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney and U.S. Senate candidates Tammy Baldwin and Tommy Thompson? And how close could Tuesday’s election be?
What’s Halloween without a little vertigo, a bed of nails and a really bad horror flick?
It’s incomplete, that’s what. So we here at Sonic Foundry thought we’d share a few Mediasite presentations for your viewing enjoyment. Our apologies in advance for our no-budget film “The Slashing.” We made it five years ago. Be kind.