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Crestron One-Touch Lecture Capture Solution Makes Presentations Available to Everyone

Crestron today announced that CaptureLiveHD™, its new high-definition lecture capture solution for college campuses and the corporate enterprise, is now available. CaptureLiveHD provides faculty and presenters with a simple one-button solution to schedule, record, publish online, and view lectures, presentations, medical procedures, seminars, and training sessions.

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University Of Missouri To Limit Lecture Recording

From videotaped lectures to podcasts, universities are rushing to embrace the digital revolution. Yet even as some schools invite the public to view course material online, they're starting to grapple with how to keep classroom discussions out of the wrong hands.

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Off the Page and Onto the Screen: Cisco Boosts Higher Education Teaching with Video Solutions

Today at the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Cisco announced the release of Cisco® Lecture Vision, a new solution that can help educators create, manage and share educational content with their students. With the increase in learning environments that combine in-person instruction with virtual interaction, universities, such as Lone Star College, Our Lady of the Lakes University and West Texas A&M University have selected Cisco to implement world-class video-enabled learning environments for their students and educators.

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Lecture capture goes beyond the classroom at Alabama college

Student success with lecture capture in the classroom spurs Lawson State to extend use to professional development and administration

Sometimes you don’t even know you need a solution until one presents itself. At least that’s how Tegrity Lecture Capture grew from a classroom product to a tool embedded in nearly every aspect of Lawson State Community College. 

The college implemented Tegrity in 2005. With 60 percent of the Birmingham, AL, college’s students holding down full- or part-time work, the school hoped to increase engagement, improve its retention level and help working students with attendance issues, notes Academic Dean Sherri Davis. 

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Cengage Learning and Panopto Partner to Deliver Lecture Capture Software

Cengage Learning, a leading global provider of innovative teaching, learning and research solutions, and Panopto Inc., an award-winning lecture capture and video management software company, announced a strategic partnership to integrate Panopto's leading lecture capture platform into Cengage Learning's MindTap, a first-of-its-kind Personal Learning Experience designed to engage students and improve learning outcomes.  Through the partnership, Panopto's features will be presented within the MindTap solution, offering professors and students the ability to blend the classroom with world clas

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New Webcast over IP Production and Encoding Solution from InterMedia Solutions (IMS) and Teracue IPTV Systems.

IMS offers an efficient tool for the production, control, recording and publishing of live webcasts with MultiSource-WebCast. The software makes it possible to mix any external or internal media sources such as the video of a speaker and a PowerPoint presentation. In addition, texts, images, logos, banners and much more can be merged at any point. ONE single synchronous media stream is output, which can be encoded in any format, such as Flash, Windows Media, or Real, saved and then published as a live stream on the internet

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EduComm 2011: "A Lasting Effect"

Most colleges and universities attending EduComm send one or two, sometimes three, people to the conference. Last June, Life University (Ga.) sent seven of its administrators and faculty to learn from the breakout sessions and see the latest higher education technology on the EduComm exhibit floor.