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Key Strategies to Migrate Analog Video to Digital on Your Campus
When UW-La Crosse saw the analog writing on the wall, it embarked on a multiyear project to transform tens of thousands of hours of video footage into searchable digital files. In the process they’ve opened hundreds of boxes of film and VCR tapes, and one huge Pandora’s Box of tough questions about video, including: What is fair use? Do different rules apply if it’s for an online course vs. face-to-face? Where will we store it? How will we search it? Will it be secure? Can I still show the video I’ve been using for years? What about copyright? Turns out removing the VCR cart from the classroom is complicated. Jim Jorstad, director of academic technologies, will simplify it for you. He’s developed policies and guiding principles for transferring video files on campus, and he’s ready to share what he’s learned so far, from the practical and technical considerations of choosing a video platform to the interpretation of copyright law. Join him in this live webinar as he covers: • How do you address permissions, disclaimers and getting the rights for the material? • What exactly is fair use? And is it different in an online vs. face-to-face course? • After a video has been transferred does the copyright still apply? • How do you prioritize what you copy from thousands of tapes? • What’s the best structure create a dynamic, searchable database? (Hint: Mediasite) Jim Jorstad is a leading force in the innovative and effective use of technology and media for over twenty years. He is responsible for integrating technology into teaching and learning, the creation and strategic dissemination of social and rich media, learning space design, emerging technologies, and involved in diverse innovative technology projects. He is a frequent lecturer and consultant for universities, organizations, and companies worldwide. Jim is a technologist, global journalist and film maker with his work appearing in major news outlets including CNN, MSNBC, Forbes, NPR, and numerous blogs. In 2013, CNN awarded Jim the CNN Spirit Award. His main blog, the Learning Space, is covered by nearly 120 countries. His tweets @JimJorstad are frequently shared and re-tweeted. Jim has been a member of the editorial board for EDUCAUSE Quarterly and is a frequent presenter at national and international conferences. He is an EDUCAUSE Leading Change Fellow, one of 50 leading IT professionals chosen worldwide for the award in 2005. He has held numerous technology leadership positions within the University of Wisconsin System. In 2008, he was the recipient of the Mediasite UNLEASH Return on Investment Award.
Jim A. Jorstad, Director of Academic Technologies at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
10/21/2014 4:00:00 PM
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How to Choose the Right Video Platform to Maximize Customer and Employee Engagement
It’s common for organizations to separate corporate and marketing video strategies – even going so far as deploying different technologies from one department to the other. While one side of the house is busy producing video for employees; the other is producing video targeted at customers. But cutting edge organizations are rethinking that cumbersome, siloed workflow, and getting lean and nimble with their enterprise-wide video strategies. And leading video platform providers are seizing the opportunity to provide them with a single, automated solution for internal and external video creation and publishing. Join this live webinar with Forrester analyst Phil Karcher to learn: • Findings from the latest Forrester Wave evaluation of enterprise video and webcasting platforms, and how leading solutions address corporate communications and training video needs. • The value of a joint customer/employee video strategy in capturing the culture and personality of your organization for external communications, and in aligning your internal brand with you external brand. • How leading organizations support comprehensive video publishing needs and create organic video capture and creation environments.
Phil Karcher, Forrester Research
3/19/2015 4:00:00 PM
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How To Integrate Mobile Learning Into Your Event
In a world of tablets, smartphones, and busy schedules, mobile is a must-have at large meetings and events around the world, and mobile apps have taken the event industry by storm. Meeting planners are challenged to gain a better understanding of how to manage mobile, how it fits, what it can do and how to integrate it with other technologies like video. Join us for this live webinar as we discuss the world of m-learning. Busy meeting professionals who are thinking about adding mobile to their portfolios will learn the terminology, user experience and best design, delivery and deployment practices, as well as: • How to build an m-learning program, why you should consider it and scenarios where it makes sense to use it • How to tailor the use of video with interactive evaluative tools for effective training • Why creating a rich, flexible mobile environment combined with live face-to-face content benefits learners and the organizations
Tahira Endean, CMP, Manager of Events, QuickMobile
3/19/2015 5:30:00 PM
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Myth Busting: Lecture Capture Misconceptions Exposed
Alison Kwiatkowski noticed something when she was working on her master’s thesis; often, the biggest challenges with lecture capture have nothing to do with the technical aspects. Instead, it is mitigating the concerns of faculty who are resistant to recording. She took on the topic, conducted a study at University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine and is ready to share what she learned in a live webinar. Join us for some lecture capture myth busting in this live webinar as Alison exposes the biggest misconceptions she encountered, including the fears that capture: • Will impact student attendance (it won’t) • Is incompatible with established teaching styles (it’s not) • Requires too much technical expertise (it doesn’t)
Alison Kwiatkowski, Instructional Designer, University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Alison began working for the University of Florida Office of Academic Technology in 2006. Seven years later, she accepted a position as Education Coordinator for the College of Veterinary Medicine. Recently, she completed a master's degree in Digital Arts & Sciences with her thesis research on faculty perceptions of lecture capture.
5/19/2015 4:00:00 PM
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The Secret to Campus-Wide Lecture Capture – How the University of Leeds Did It
No one in the world does automated lecture capture bigger or better than the University of Leeds. Launched in the fall of 2014, the university successfully deployed more than 250 rooms at once. In the first four months alone, they created 16,500 videos that were viewed 185,000 times – and those numbers have been multiplying ever since. The initiative has catapulted Leeds – chartered in 1904 – into a modern, digital campus, and has had immediate positive impact on teaching and learning. Join us for a live webinar with Neil Morris, the Director of Digital Learning at Leeds, as he takes you through the project, from planning to practice. He’ll share his plan for launching the world’s largest automated lecture capture initiative with Mediasite as the foundation, as well as: • The strategic drivers for introducing large-scale lecture capture; the outcomes and challenges along the way • The lecture capture requirements to ensure a seamless deployment and delivery with minimal staff intervention, automated workflows, LMS integration and exceptional video management • How early student use and success with the blended learning approach have transformed teaching and learning on campus
Neil Morris, Neil Morris, Director of Digital Learning for the University of Leeds, is Chair of Educational Technology, Innovation and Change in the School of Education and the Director of Digital Learning, reporting directly to the Pro-Vice Chancellor for Student Education. He is a National Teaching Fellow, and has won a number of national awards for teaching excellence. Neil has a research background in neuroscience and current research interests in educational technology, online learning and blended learning. In his current role, Neil has strategic and operational responsibility for the Digital Learning Team. Neil has given a number of keynote talks at UK and international events, and is a regular speaker at conferences.
6/23/2015 3:00:00 PM
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