Posts Tagged 'june'

Classroom Capture: It’s Good to Have Someone Watching Over Your Shoulder

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

It never hurts to have a watchful eye looking over your shoulder.

This maxim may seem outdated in today’s video-enriched classroom, where lecture capture systems have become so simple that even the most technology adverse professors can easily initiate the recording of an in-class presentation for later viewing.

Video in the classroom has not always been this straightforward. Recall the traditional process of recording video in a learning environment. In a big classroom, a technician would sit in a ...

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Winnov Newsletter – June / July 2014 Edition

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The Big Bang Theory in Education

By: Alan D. Greenberg

If you want to know about the future of technology in education, it may pay to take a step back and re-visit what you know about The Big Bang Theory.

Whether you are familiar with the physics world and the concept that the universe was created billions of years ago, or watch the highly-rated TV show about a bunch of oddball science-oriented geeks trying to make it in ...

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Winnov Newsletter – June 2013 Edition

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Leveraging Software and APIs to Extend Automation

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Good software has made it easy for all of us to take good graphic design for granted.

Even the most basic publishing tools make it easy to weave text, photos and graphics together to create great-looking brochures, white papers and other documents.

Of course, we all should be more than accustomed to seeing documents that blend multiple inputs into a single effective messaging vehicle. ...

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Winnov Newsletter – June 2012 Edition

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Deliver Higher Quality Content to More Viewers

Adaptive bit rate streaming enables you to deliver seamless, higher quality content to a wider range of viewers.

How does it work? In its most basic form, a single source is encoded at different bit rates and the resulting encodings are split up into fragments that are typically a few seconds long. The files are then uploaded to a media server. When a viewer wants to watch the online video, a ...

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