When: 10-10:30 a.m. CDT
Your LMS is a critical part of your teaching and learning strategy, and so are the massive amounts of videos your students and faculty are creating daily. It’s only natural these components go hand-in-hand, as it’s proven that videos embedded in your LMS enhance student learning and retention. By seamlessly combining Mediasite with your LMS, you can better engage with students through video interactivity tools and measure the impact with analytics.
In this webinar, Sonic Foundry’s Bill Cherne will tell you how integrating Mediasite with your LMS gives students instant access to video in the place where they’re most comfortable. You’ll learn how to:
- Empower instructors to easily record and upload video within your LMS
- Streamline the time-consuming steps to organize, publish and share videos
- Use analytics to correlate student viewing behaviors to learning outcomes and content effectiveness
Bill Cherne, Director of Field Engineering, Sonic Foundry, has 20 years experience in both the AV and digital media industry and in managing and deploying enterprise applications and infrastructure. He has worked with Fortune 500 enterprises including American Family Insurance, Ford Motor Company, Ford Treasury and Ernst & Young, administering server infrastructures and providing consultation and design services for major software applications. In 2006, Bill joined Sonic Foundry and today leads the sales engineering team responsible for providing consultation and implementation services for Mediasite deployments and delivering customer-focused training solutions.
Adam Snow is Community Manager for Sonic Foundry. He is an avid Mediasite champion, overseeing an active customer community with more than 1,300 members and cultivating community relationships that provide valuable insights that directly impact Mediasite development initiatives. Adam also organizes all customer summits around the world and the annual global user conference, Mediasite Experience. With over 10 years of marketing and event experience, he brings a keen customer-centric perspective to his role in the marketing department.