Building the Mediasite Enterprise: How the University of Maryland, Baltimore Developed the Infrastructure and Consensus for Campus-Wide Lecture Capture
While getting everyone - academic leadership, faculty, staff and students - on the same page for any IT initiative can be a daunting task, the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) has cracked the code for a successful campus-wide lecture capture initiative. In just a few years, this large research university, which is the University of Maryland’s public academic health, human services, and law center, is now mediasiting lectures and other educational content in theirprofessional and graduate schools: Law, Nursing, Pharmacy, Social Work, and the first Dental School in the world. Join Dr. Peter J. Murray, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at UMB, as he reveals his secret formula for modeling the infrastructure, licensing and distributed ownership of their unprecedented enterprise deployment of Mediasite.
Discussion will include:
- UMB's step-by-step process for deciding to standardize on Mediasite for lecture capture, including their criteria foran enterprise agreement, techniques for building consensus among many groups and what Murray considers the number one ingredient for success
- the benefits of the Mediasite Enterprise Agreement
- an overview of UMB's Mediasite enterprise architecture, including the roles and responsibilities within each school and the central IT office
- proven tactics for overcoming obstacles to campus-wide implementation
- issues to consider before, during and after launch, including the biggest surprise Murray experienced along the way
- Presented By:
Dr. Peter Murray
Dr. Peter J. Murray has been the Vice President and Chief Information Officer at the University of Maryland, Baltimore since January 2002. He oversees the Center for Information Technology Services, which develops and maintains mission-critical enterprise systems and technologies for the University. Dr. Murray is also responsible for overseeing and coordinating campus-wide information technology, including policies, committees and the overall strategy for the University.
- Moderated By:
Sean Brown, Vice President, Sonic Foundry. Sean's core focus is simplifying digital media to improve use and outcomes. Before coming to Sonic Foundry in 2002, Sean has 23 years of product management and education business development experience at IBM, Apple and Oracle. He is a past president and board member of the Hopkins Foundation for Innovation in Education. Today, Sean also hosts Sonic Foundry's popular, monthly best practices webinar series for higher education.