Tag: My Mediasite
What’s New in Mediasite: Automated Software Recording, Enhanced Desktop Capture, A Plug-and-Play Device & Interactivity
For the past decade, watching lectures on mobile devices has been all the rage. Now, universities are taking mobile to the next level, leveraging students’ devices as part of their campus video initiatives. Cell phones and tablets are turning everyone – faculty and students alike – into not just content consumers but content creators. Incorporating […]
Mediasite by Sonic Foundry Showcases New Academic Video Solutions to Fit Any Campus or Department, at EDUCAUSE 2017
Mediasite’s automated software recording solution, enhanced desktop capture and a plug-and-play device are scaling lecture capture initiatives across campuses
Sonic Foundry this week announced at EDUCAUSE 2017 new video capture software solutions for automated, scheduled and ad-hoc recordings; personal capture on any device; and a streamlined interface for faculty. The new solutions are designed to provide easy and intuitive high-quality academic video options for any department, campus and budget. Flexible and Scalable Software Capture […]
There were more than 50 million views of Mediasite content in 2016, reflecting 34% growth year-over-year. Updates to the video platform that support the rapid growth in Mediasite use include: Additions to its broad family of capture solutions More social and collaboration tools in its video portal Optimized live- and behind-the-firewall streaming Improved workflows and […]
Mediasite in Action Award: Auckland University of Technology Students Submit Work via My Mediasite Videos
This is part of a continuing series highlighting the 2017 Enterprise Video Award finalists. Challenge: Auckland University of Technology instructors aim to provide students with real-world, contemporary experiences in their studies. Central to this is the use of assessment tools to allow students to become more experienced and comfortable in the world in which they live and […]
This is part of a continuing series highlighting the 2017 Enterprise Video Award finalists. Challenge: Duke University School of Medicine has relied on Mediasite lecture capture for the past five years. Staying true to its “from anywhere to anywhere” theme, the school uses a variety of Mediasite technologies to ensure a flexible learning environment for its students. […]
Faculty created 25,000 videos – 14,800+ hours of content – with nearly 2 million views in first two years
Kansas State University has standardized on Mediasite to create online learning content and serve as the central repository for all academic video files on campus. With Mediasite, the university has undertaken a focused, campus-wide video content management initiative to preserve the thousands of hours of academic video — historical footage, guest lectures, etc. — amassed […]
On Monday, more than 30 Mediasite users from the New England area gathered in Boston, Mass. for the first-ever Northeast Mediasite Chapter Meeting. They spent the day collaborating and sharing how they’re using online video to boost student engagement and achievement.
Thank you to our fantastic host, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, for making this event possible. Here are some highlights from the day.
Ian Tosh, Manager of Media and Educational Technology Services at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, talks about a new active learning classroom and the flexibility Mediasite provided in the room design.
“Flexibility has been something that I’ve really enjoyed in AV design, as well as in our use of Mediasite,” he said.
Each year, Centennial College hosts a mock disaster training day for students, medical staff and first responders in Toronto, Canada. Hundreds of volunteers, including Centennial students, role play to simulate emergency situations. This year it was a subway crash and a mass shooting, and one of the college’s campuses served as a mock hospital.
The annual event lets medical professionals work and problem solve together and better prepares them for real life disaster situations. Plus, students get hands on experience that is impossible to have in the classroom.
When Bloomsburg University’s 10,000 students and 500+ faculty were given Sonic Foundry’s My Mediasite Desktop Recorder more than three years ago, instructional media technician Asa Kelley and his team never expected it to take off so fast. The Desktop Recorder allows users to easily capture, upload and share video from any computer, and faculty and […]