Posts Tagged 'adoption'

Leveraging Live Streaming to Boost Adoption of Video at Your Organization

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

If you’re looking to boost the adoption of video by your organization, it wouldn’t hurt to tear a page out of the Lorne Michaels playbook.

More than four decades ago, the legendary executive producer of television’s “Saturday Night Live” launched the comedy franchise essentially by capitalizing on the immediacy – and viewer interest in – watching video beamed to viewers in real-time.

Even today, the “live” aspect of the programming lends ...

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Winnov Newsletter – May 2015 Edition

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Discovering the Right Room for Live and On Demand Streaming: Seek and Ye Shall Find

By: Alan D. Greenberg

Stopped by your local college anytime recently for a soda in the student union, or an adult learning seminar offered by local faculty?  If you have been on any educational campus recently but not looked around, you may have missed the quiet revolution taking place in on-demand tech, simply because you were in the wrong room.

Consider the results of ...

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Winnov Newsletter – February 2015 Edition

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Are Concerns about Intellectual Property Blocking Adoption of Lecture Capture?

Everyone knows one or more of the many stereotypes in the world of academics.

Most individuals recognize the image of the absent-minded prof. Many educators are familiar with the eager beaver assistant prof who easily gravitates to emerging technologies. Still more recognize the grumpy professor with elbow patches on his jacket and pipe in mouth who looks down on the idea of bringing new technology into the classroom.

Indeed, the “grumpy” set presents ...

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Are Concerns about Intellectual Property Blocking Adoption of Lecture Capture?

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By: Alan D. Greenberg

Everyone knows one or more of the many stereotypes in the world of academics.

Most individuals recognize the image of the absent-minded prof. Many educators are familiar with the eager beaver assistant prof who easily gravitates to emerging technologies. Still more recognize the grumpy professor with elbow patches on his jacket and pipe in mouth who looks down on the idea of bringing new technology into the classroom.

Indeed, the “grumpy” set presents a huge roadblock to introducing lecture ...

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Winnov Newsletter – January 2015 Edition

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Removing the Training Wheels in Business Communications

By: Steve Vonder Haar

Do you remember how you learned to ride a bike?

If so, you have a great head start on figuring out how to encourage broader usage of streaming video within your organization.

My hunch is that you just didn’t hop on your shiny new Schwinn when you were a kid to start pedaling down the street. If you’re anything like me, you spent quite a bit of time bouncing along with ...

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Removing the Training Wheels in Business Communications

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Do you remember how you learned to ride a bike?

If so, you have a great head start on figuring out how to encourage broader usage of streaming video within your organization.

My hunch is that you just didn’t hop on your shiny new Schwinn when you were a kid to start pedaling down the street. If you’re anything like me, you spent quite a bit of time bouncing along with training wheels while you got the hang of ...

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