Tag: online learning
Photos: (Right) An ABC for Health employee records a webcast with Mediasite about lifeline and link-up services in Wisconsin. (Bottom) Julia Gutnik, a University of Wisconsin-Madison intern, and Brynne McBride, assistant director, ABC for Health, record the webcast in their studio. They also record talk-show formatted webcasts on the left wall.
A nonprofit law firm in Madison, Wis. created an online, YouTube-style video hub with informative Mediasite webcasts about government health programs.
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.
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:
An expert in online and distance education is putting MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) into context during a presentation at Penn State, and you’re invited to watch.
Sir John Daniel will present “Where are MOOCs Taking Higher Education” from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. EDT June 13, and his presentation will be streamed live online via Mediasite by Sonic Foundry.
There are only 25 days until our annual Mediasite User Conference Unleash 2013 … not that we’re counting or anything. Unleash is one of the most exciting times of the year for us, and we can’t wait for our Mediasite family from all over the globe to get together here in Madison, Wis. to learn from each other and have lots of fun while doing it.
Cleaning up after a hurricane is risky business. Hazards are everywhere including downed electrical wires, falling trees and branches, being caught in unprotected excavations or confined spaces and encountering contaminated water to name a few. The Office of Public Health Practice (OPHP) at the UMDNJ-School of Public Health is using Mediasite to raise awareness about safety issues and talk about protective measures individuals can take with the clean-up of Hurricane Sandy.
Why Stop at Lecture Capture? CSU Fullerton Uses Streaming Video for Training, Recruitment and Orientation
It’s easier to ask Marsha Orr what she doesn’t use Mediasite for at Cal State University Fullerton’s Department of Nursing.
These are all on her list of Mediasite use-cases: