Clemson University's College of Health, Education and Human Development has recently gone public with its deployment of an enterprise video platform to flip classrooms in an effort to increase student access to required courses.
Ruhr University Bochum in Germany has implemented a lecture capture solution that records course visuals and video of the instructor, so students can attend lectures virtually on their own schedule.
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Echo360 has released EchoSystem version 5.3 Service Pack 2, an update to its lecture capture platform.
The University of Florida has implemented desktop media capture campuswide.
Panopto has updated its video content management system and video viewer to provide improved access for people with visual and hearing impairments, batch upload for video assets, and new security features.
Six universities have received small grants to research "the impact of active learning technology on teaching and learning."
A nonprofit online university in Michigan will provide the tools to faculty and students in Nigeria to create online video courses using a lecture capture platform.
TechSmith has released version 8.1 of is video capture and editing suite, Camtasia Studio.
Sonic Foundry is rolling out a major update to its flagship lecture capture system, the Mediasite Enterprise Video Platform, with new software and hardware additions and a new My Mediasite interface for creating and uploading media.