Lecture Capture

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Sonic Foundry Named Global Market Leader in Lecture Capture by Frost & Sullivan for Sixth Consecutive Year

Sonic Foundry, Inc., the trusted leader for lecture capture, enterprise and event webcasting, today announced that the company has been named Frost & Sullivan’s Global Market Share Leader in Lecture Capture Solutions for the sixth year.

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University of Maryland A. James Clark School of Engineering Drives Double Digit Enrollment Increases for Remote Students through Online Learning via Mediasite

Sonic Foundry, Inc., the trusted market leader for lecture capture, enterprise and event webcasting, announced the University of Maryland A. James Clark School of Engineering has selected Mediasite for lecture capture in its new multi-million dollar state-of-the-art online learning facility.

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University of California San Francisco Webcasts Over Two Thousand Classes in 10 Months via Mediasite Lecture Capture Technology

Sonic Foundry, Inc., the trusted market leader for lecture capture, enterprise and event webcasting, today announced that the University of California San Francisco’s selection of Mediasite as its lecture capture and video content management platform has received positive feedback from faculty and students alike.

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San Antonio College Uses Mediasite Webcasting Platform for Online Training

Sonic Foundry, Inc., the trusted market leader for lecture capture, enterprise and event webcasting, today announced that its Mediasite webcasting platform is used by San Antonio College, part of one of the largest community college systems in the United States, Alamo Colleges, to train teachers and call center agents more efficiently.

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Pearson and Panopto Partner to Deliver Knowledge Capture Technology for the Professional Market

Plummeting data storage costs and the increasing use of video in the workplace have made easy-to-use video capture and management tools an essential capability at leading companies around the world.

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Sonic Foundry Announces New Conformance with IMS Basic Learning Tools Interoperability Standard

Sonic Foundry, Inc., the trusted market leader for lecture capture, enterprise and event webcasting, today announced integration conformance certification for the IMS Basic Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) standard through its partnership with IMS Global Learning Consortium. This new interoperability enables content from the Mediasite webcasting and lecture capture platform to be seamlessly integrated with all popular higher education course management systems.

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Sonic Foundry Boosts NCREN Video Capabilities in North Carolina

Sonic Foundry, Inc., the trusted market leader for lecture capture, enterprise and event webcasting, today announced its Mediasite webcasting and video content management platform is being used to ingest Cisco TANDBERG videoconference recordings on the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN).

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Better Use of Lecture Capture

Recently, McGraw-Hill Higher Education issued a white paper, “The Tipping Point in Development Education” stating that adaptive learning technology in higher education can bridge remedial education gaps.

The report noted that technology-enabled developmental education programs that are designed specifically for underprepared students entering or returning to college can improve educational and other outcomes. These benefits can include increased retention and completion rates, a more accelerated and efficient process for students bound for college, and greater affordability.

Level Playing Field

Community colleges using lecture capture in remedial courses

Boosting success for students in remedial education is crucial, particularly given the readiness gap seen at some community colleges. A recent report from McGraw-Hill Higher Education showed that despite receiving a high school diploma, at least 75 percent of first-year students at community colleges aren’t college-ready. And the number of students dropping out during their first year of college continues to rise. This can be attributed to a number of factors, including financial difficulties.

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