Tag: online learning
Photo: Clemson University Professor Ralph Welsh flips a class. Credit: Ralph Welsh
The number of students taking at least one online course surpassed 7.1 million last year and represents a third of the 21.3 million higher education students, according to Babson Research Group.
Florida State University senior Daniel Domínguez is somewhat of a worldwide celebrity thanks to Mediasite.
The 22-year-old environmental science major and philosophy minor is already an accomplished videographer, having been responsible for recording, editing, starring in and uploading hundreds of videos as Chief Technology Officer of the campus’ GEOSET Studios.
Video use is on the rise. Last year, our higher education customers alone recorded an astounding 228 years worth of video with Mediasite.
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It’s easy to picture a traditional classroom — a lecturing professor with rows of students watching, listening and taking notes.
But that age-old model is turning a cartwheel in some of the best classrooms in academia, and chances are someone in your department is already flipping their classroom.
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: