Tag: Mediasite User Conference
Professor Zac Woolfitt at Inholland University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands, felt like his tourism management students needed a bit of inspiration. A lot of content was being delivered to them in traditional lectures, which they found a little bit boring. He wanted to make learning more active.
Plus, tourism theory is quite complicated with many different layers of information.
“The content in the book was difficult for the students to get into. So I thought, I’ve got to find a way to make this more interesting,” Woolfitt said.
It’s the 10th anniversary of Unleash, the global Mediasite User Conference, and we want to celebrate it with YOU! Don’t miss out on more than 50 sessions loaded with transformative ideas from Mediasite experts including: Pre-Conference workshops Mediasite Boot Camp for Beginners A day-long lineup for advanced users Mediasite Essentials breakout tracks Content Creation & Capture Video Distribution […]
Divided by fjords and mountains, Rogaland County in southwest Norway is ideal for online education of skilled workers wanting to combine work and school. That means two things: Instructors need to be up to date with all the ICT-based learning methods, and students need to be able to watch recordings of lectures anytime, anywhere, regardless […]
Heard at Unleash 2015: Destination University Uses Mediasite Webinars to Educate Small Business Owners
A small souvenir store in British Columbia was struggling to find business – it needed to find a way to create signature items to attract people to its store. That’s where Jon Schallert, president of The Schallert Group, Inc., and his Destination University helped out. By watching webinars (via Mediasite of course) in Destination University, […]
How Minnesota Continuing Legal Education Reaches More Learners with Live Online Continuing Education
When Minnesota Continuing Legal Education decided to go online with their courses, they went big. The organization built a state-of-the-art studio and started producing more than 300 live educational webcasts a year. But with high-production demands coupled with state requirements for continuing education, they quickly outgrew their homegrown webcasting system. They needed a flexible, reliable […]
How did a small regional association engage members, create valuable new partnerships and generate new revenue without new staff or fundraising? With live webcasting, that’s how. The Ontario Hospital Association is a provincial non-profit that serves 156 hospitals and over 200 association and affiliate members. They started webcasting back in 2004 with just 5 webcasts, […]
Penn State Hershey Medical Center, an academic health center, began using Mediasite 11 years ago, and it has since become the core of its teaching and training. The center consists of the Penn State College of Medicine, the Milton Hershey Medical Center which is a 500+ bed teaching hospital, the Penn State Children’s Hospital, the […]
East Carolina University College of Allied Health Sciences uses My Mediasite, Sonic Foundry’s Desktop Recorder, to assist with grant applications. In 2013, a faculty member wanted students, both face-to-face and remote, to interview healthcare leaders in eastern North Carolina to submit with an application. The interviews needed to be secured in one location and saved […]
In just a few short years, the College of Business at Florida International University in Miami, Fla. went from having a couple professors willing to try lecture capture to now about 30 different classrooms using Mediasite. “Every semester has seen a steady growth in demand for our lecture capture service as we swiftly approach that […]
A small team of teacher practitioners in the Faculty of Education’s Te Puna Wananga (School of Maori Education) at the University of Auckland work with K-12 schools in the northern regions of New Zealand. They provide professional development to teachers and individualized program support for indigenous Maori school students. These K-12 students are second language […]