Posts Tagged 'lecture capture'

Case Study: Winnov and Warpwire Join Forces to Simplify Lecture Capture at Prestigious University

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Challenge

Winnov and Warpwire have collaborated on a project for a top-ranked university in Connecticut. Offering a range of graduate programs, the university was seeking ways to expand and enhance learning experiences for its students through the use of video. The university needed a robust lecture capture solution and a simple way to manage recorders, organize and deliver recorded videos to their community members, securely. Winnov and Warpwire were selected to tackle the challenge together.

Partnership

Winnov, a leading technology provider of capture ...

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How Does Online Learning Impact Class Attendance?

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By Alan D. Greenberg

Am I Skipping Class Today Because it’s Gonna Be Online?

OK, promise me you’ll read this article if I go ahead and remove the suspense?  Now that you have promised, the answer is…

Maybe so, maybe not.  But the reasons underlying whether or not college kids skip class are nuanced – and it may be for good reason if they do!

The fear that learners might quit coming to class if everything were to go digital is longstanding.  Some professors ...

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High-Touch or Automated Classroom Capture?

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Creating video content takes a lot more effort than just flipping on a camera.

After all, it seemingly takes a small army to make the videos we watch as couch potatoes in our living rooms. Technicians need to get equipment in place. The lighting needs to be just right. Audio inputs have to be managed. And once you have good video captured, you need other professionals to edit it all together.

Little wonder that some folks can get overwhelmed ...

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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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See What Winnov Unveiled at InfoComm 2015!

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Winnov: InfoComm15Video Recap

(Hint: If viewing on a desktop, try moving and re-sizing the video windows in the Winnov HTML5 player for a custom experience!)

Winnov recently introduced its Cbox video capture and streaming platform that evolves with customers’ needs. Thanks to innovative, new hardware and software technology, the new platform not only greatly reduces cost of ownership but future-proofs technology investments. If you didn’t get the chance to ...

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

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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 the most recent Wainhouse Research survey of 228 respondents in Higher Education (HE), K-12, and not-for-profit / governmental ...

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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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Visit Us at EDUCAUSE 2013

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Come join colleagues and higher education IT leaders October 15 – 18 at EDUCAUSE 2013 in Anaheim, California. Share interests, perspectives and insights about the higher education landscape and the latest technologies.

Visit Winnov at Booth# 211 for a demo of Cbox, the advanced lecture capture solution, and learn how you can easily record lectures and produce enhanced learning experiences for students.

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