Posts Tagged 'cost'

Sharing is Caring When it Comes to Lecture Capture

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By Alan D. Greenberg

When it comes to lecture capture, sharing is caring.

But I’m not talking about “sharing” in the way that Big Bird or Mr. Rogers encourages toddlers to share their toys. Rather, this is about the different meanings invoked by the idea of “sharing” in the classroom.

The very concept of lecture capture truly is about sharing – taking the drama (or routine) of a moment and giving it a place where all can experience it in digital eternity. It’s ...

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Factors to Consider Before Deploying a Webcasting Solution

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

More money, more problems.

This lament of the financially well-to-do also is an apropos description of the dilemma facing executives who hold the purse strings on communications technology purchase decisions for their business.

The simple truth is that if you have money to spend on webcasting solutions, the chances are high that you’re also spending quite a few brain cycles thinking about the things that could go wrong if you pull the trigger on investing in an online video ...

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