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TechSmith Camtasia Relay to Go Campus Wide at Drexel

TechSmith has announced that Drexel University will be deploying Camtasia Relay, the company's popular lecture capture and presentation solution, campus wide. More than 1,500 faculty and administrators will be able to use the lecture recording and sharing system, potentially providing the university's 20,000 students access to recordings. Drexel's Associate Vice President of Instructional Technology Mike Scheuermann commented on the upcoming technology deployment: "The seamless integration with our Drexel-developed 'DragonDrop' encoding, publishing, and syndication system was a key factor for us, and that integration is a credit to the strong Drexel-TechSmith collaboration. We are confident that Camtasia Relay will enable instructors to do more, more easily..." Camtasia Relay is TechSmith's newest lecture capture and presentation product. Drexel had originally used Camtasia Relay selectively on campus when it was in beta, and now the university will begin its expansion of the product throughout the entire campus. Staff training is already underway, but the system is specifically designed to make the process easy and quick to learn, and flexible for conditions encountered at various classroom, conference room, or other recording locations. Presenters and lecturers may use either Macintosh or PC platforms.


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