January 30, 2014
Mediasite demo Feb. 5: Use video to increase student interaction
Are you looking for a new way to interact with your students? Would you like to:
- Improve learning outcomes?
- Provide added value for in-person class attendance?
- Increase retention of course materials?
You can do all those things and more by adding video to your courses. With video lecture capture, instructors can make face-to-face class time more appealing to students and out-of-class learning more productive.
Mediasite is a lecture capture-and-distribution solution currently used at Kansas State University. Mediasite is easy to use and allows instructors to focus less on the video technology and more on the video message.
Come see for yourself how Mediasite can enhance K-State courses. A Mediasite demonstration will be 1-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, in the Big 12 Room at the K-State Student Union. An information session will follow the demonstration.
Mediasite lectures can be recorded in a digital format that students can then watch over the Web, on a computer or their mobile device. Lecture capture technology records the instructor’s audio and video, as well as any visual aids coming from: laptop, tablet, whiteboard, and document camera.
To learn more about recording your lectures with Mediasite, contact Artur Gregorian, office of mediated education electronic media coordinator, at 785-532-2483.