Tag: webcasting platform
The Sonic Foundry crew is in the midst of a whirlwind two months as it exhibits, records and presents at several conferences around the world.
These are just a few of the many events you can find us at the rest of this year. We hope you’ll stop by and say ‘hi’ if you’re at these conferences. For a complete list of upcoming events you can find us at, visit http://www.sonicfoundry.com/upcoming-events.
Kuwait EDUTECH 2012
When: Oct. 9 to 10
When you think about what kinds of media people watch, webcasts probably won’t be your first answer.
But as people watch more and more content on their laptops and mobile devices, the lines between broadcast and webcast are blurring. So in order to keep your viewers engaged and watching, webcasts have to measure up to broadcast quality, according to Scott MacGougan.
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:
What do all engineering courses have in common? Complex equations and highly technical content.
For complicated courses on your campus especially, lecture capture can be a lifesaver. Your students can go back and review as much as they need to in order to understand the content. And their e-learning experience is even more valuable when that recording is in high-definition so that every single annotation made by their professor during class is crystal clear.
The Sonic Foundry crew is descending onVegas this week for UBTech (formerly EduComm) June 11-13 and InfoComm June 9-15, and we’ve got a ton of new announcements in store for you.
Come by and say hi at UBTech booth #301 and InfoComm booth #C9141 and check out our new Mediasite features.
UBTech 2012 at The Mirage
We’re the titanium sponsor and will be capturing all UBTech sessions live, and we’re also recording the Monday Pre-Conference Summits.
You may have seen the Games+Learning+Society (GLS) group in the news recently for receiving over $1 million from the Gates Foundation to design games that focus on kindness instead of violence. Well, if that interested you, here’s your chance to learn more about GLS. You can hear from the group and many prominent speakers from around the country directly, because Sonic Foundry is the webcast provider for the GLS Conference 8.0 held next week June 13 to 15 in Madison.
Imagine this: You’re sitting in a one-day training session about something super techy and complicated. A ton of information is coming at you at a rapid pace and, while you take good notes, it’s impossible to remember everything. You’d most likely leave feeling overwhelmed wishing you had an online video library where you could go back and review the content, right?