Tag: live webcasts
The way the University of Florida addressed lecture capture a decade ago wasn’t uncommon. Each college, department and faculty member had their own system of manually recording and publishing online lectures. Viewing required separate plug-ins for each class. That meant students usually had to review lectures in computer labs instead of their dorm rooms.
Gretchen Kellerstrass, 18, was one of 140 students — only a handful of them female — from 10 Ohio high schools to participate in a dual enrollment program at University of Cincinnati.
Last week, a German university used video to turn its annual scientific festival into a worldwide event.
Goethe University in Frankfurt hosted its 7th annual Night of Science, a student event which is now the country’s largest festival of its kind to use live streaming technology to share presentations from faculty with the world.
Photos: (Top) Mediasite Events live streams a session at Unleash 2013, Sonic Foundry's Mediasite User Conference. (Second) Several large monitors displayed attendee tweets and Instagram pictures via TweetBeam and Hashgram. (Third) Attendees could download an Unleash 2013 app to stay connected. (Fourth) A remote attendee's picture: Caption - Connecting to #mediasite from Dubai for Unleash 2013.
We’ve had a jam-packed morning and afternoon full of sessions led by staff from Sonic Foundry and our talented customers who are sharing best practices. All morning and afternoon attendees at Unleash have been learning from peers about how to take their Mediasite implementations to the next level.
With a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse started a College Readiness Math MOOC this month, and students from more than 40 countries and 42 states are enrolled.
“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.
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.