Tag: Sonic Foundry
For more than a decade, Dr. Paul Peercy offered essential guidance to Sonic Foundry for using technology to create deep and durable learning for students around the globe. His knowledge of the business of higher education, coupled with his passion for learning and student achievement, brought a rare and valuable perspective to the company. Dr. […]
Our CEO Gary Weis has been busy discussing all things video in education and the enterprise. Within the last month, he’s been featured on two popular national radio shows, Stocks and Jocks and Money for Lunch.
Listen to what he has to say about education, video and Mediasite’s global expansion.
Get to know the people behind Mediasite in our new monthly feature that showcases Sonic Foundry employees. This month: Our 2014 New Year’s resolutions. Best of luck in keeping yours and hopefully Mediasite will make your video resolutions a reality!
Since we launched it in 2007, we’ve hosted 199 webinars in our Mediasite webinar program, have garnered 150,872 all-time views and have shared a lot of video knowledge.
This year was our most-watched yet, with 18,372 people tuning in for 16 webinars focusing on what you need to know to stay competitive with your video strategy. Corporate communications? Covered. New technology-driven pedagogies or campus-wide capture solutions? Done. How to prepare for the BYOD revolution? Solved. And there’s more. Much, much more.
It’s day one of a big conference and while most attendees are shaking hands, trading business cards and clamoring for the best seat to catch the opening keynote, there’s a small number of individuals sitting at their office computers sipping coffee and firing up their internet connection.
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: