Tag: user-generated content
Mediasite in Action Award: Auckland University of Technology Students Submit Work via My Mediasite Videos
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 […]
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 […]
(Part of an ongoing series featuring Enterprise Video Award finalists)
Currently, Bloomsburg University has more than 1,300 Mediasite presentations on its server, of which 1,000 were created in the last year. The reason for such fast content creation?
Last year, the university deployed My Mediasite, the personal video capture tool faculty, staff and students use to easily create, upload and share video.
As companies become more interested in engaging employees with video for corporate communications and training, companies like Dell are fast-tracking their sophisticated enterprise video strategies and putting the power of content creation in the hands of their employees.
Photos: (Top) Temple University uses Mediasite for lecture capture. Temple Creative Services (Middle) Bob van den Brand of Tilburg University in the Netherlands records a lecture with Mediasite. Tilburg University
Is the knowledge shared in your classroom important? Your students think so, and you should, too. Student demand for academic video is growing at an astronomical rate, and universities large and small are evaluating how best to harness the power of video to increase student success and classroom efficiency.