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Mediasite is a scalable turnkey technology for capturing events "live" as they occur for both synchronous and asynchronous viewing.
For an enterprise approach to richmedia production to be truly scalable, limiting post production aspects of the workflow is essential in helping ensure timely creation of teaching objects and lower production costs. Careful preparation complemented by appropriate use of technology allows us to achieve this consistently across the University and provide the ability to record teaching objects and staff briefings without a high technical staff overhead.
In order to reduce the need for post production activities, presenters need to ensure that they are delivering in a manner that is suited to the means of capture and to the experience of both the live and online audiences. With a little careful preparation the webcast can be an effective and reusable resource for online and flexible teaching.
For more information and professional development on webcasting, contact CADeL or your college's Flexible Teaching and Learning Consultant.
Webcasting and presentation recording requires careful preparation - it is technically challenging both in audio signal acquisition and content delivery.
It is possible to efficiently produce very effective and visual appealing teaching objects that can be reused and referenced within Stream course(s).
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Last updated on Wednesday 06 March 2019
Mediasite captures what you do - exactly how you do it! Please contact National Centre for Teaching and Learning via the Stream support webpage for assistance in getting the most out of your media-enriched online course content.
We do require you to fill in the Mediasite Service Request Form before we can consider or confirm your request.
My Mediasite is a web based portal that enables individuals to create and manage content on Windows and Macintosh computers using 'Mediasite Desktop Recorder', as well as uploading User Generated video Content (UGC).
We do require you to fill in the Mediasite Desktop Recorder Request Form before we can consider or confirm your request. NB: Student Requests for access to My Mediasite will not be processed. .