MADISON, Wis. — March 14, 2012 — Sonic Foundry, Inc. (NASDAQ: SOFO), the trusted market leader for lecture capture, enterprise and event webcasting, will host two live webinars this month as part of the company’s best practices series.
Is Room-Based Lecture Capture Better for 21st Century Learning?
In 2009, The University of Michigan Ross School of Business opened the doors to a new era of learning designed to enhance the digital culture that defines student life. Every room in the state-of-the-art 27,000 square foot building – from the large auditoriums to the intimate collaborative spaces – was equipped to support the most seamless use of integrated technologies while becoming a model of student learning efficiencies.
Now integral in every function of the school, room-based lecture capture technology is used not only for recording traditional classroom instruction, but also webcasting interviews with The New York Times, faculty panels and even recruitment with prospective students. Edward Adams, chief technology officer at the school and Sean Brown, vice president of education at Sonic Foundry, will discuss the decision-making process that helped the school get more faculty, classes and programs online faster with room-based video streaming.
Presenters: Sean Brown, vice president of education at Sonic Foundry, and Edward Adams, chief technology officer at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business
Moderator: JD Solomon, web seminar editor, University Business Magazine
Mediasite by Sonic Foundry is the trusted market leader for enterprise webcasting, hybrid events and lecture capture. Chosen by more than 1,000 colleges and universities, the award-winning Mediasite webcasting and video content management system quickly and cost-effectively automates the capture, management, delivery and search of video presentations and accompanying graphics for live or on-demand viewing.
Desperately Seeking Streaming: Tips for Choosing a Hybrid Event Streaming Partner
Hybrid events help expand the reach of face to face meetings and conferences by including attendees who simply cannot attend onsite. Event Services program Manager John Pollard will walk through the various components involved in supporting a hybrid event and offer straightforward criteria to consider when choosing a capture/streaming partner, including: which aspects of hybrid events are handled by streaming vendors; how streaming technology works in non-technical, plain English; and 11 criteria to evaluate event webcasting vendors to find the best fit.
Presenter: John Pollard, Mediasite Events Program Director for Sonic Foundry
Moderator: Erica St. Angel, Vice President of Marketing for Sonic Foundry
Mediasite Events is a leading provider of event webcasting for hybrid events and high-profile meetings. The group supplies technical webcasting services and expertise to organizations who seek to complement their conference or event with viewing over the web. Since its launch in January 2007, the Mediasite Events group has provided live and on-demand webcasting for clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations and university associations to sporting events and charitable organizations.
About Sonic Foundry®, Inc.
Sonic Foundry (OTC: SOFO) is the global leader for video capture, management and streaming solutions as well as virtual and hybrid events. Trusted by more than 5,200 educational institutions, corporations, health organizations and government entities in over 65 countries, its Mediasite Video Platform quickly and cost-effectively automates the capture, management, delivery and search of live and on-demand streaming videos. Learn more at www.mediasite.com and @mediasite.
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