February 29, 2012
By John Martin
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our free live webinar
Is room-based lecture capture better for 21st century learning?
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
12:00 - 12:45 p.m. Central (convert your time zone)
In 2009, the University of Michigan Ross School of Business opened the doors to a new era of learning designed to enhance the digital culture that defines student life. Every room in the state-of-the-art 27,000 square foot building – from the large auditoriums to the intimate collaborative spaces – was equipped to support the most seamless use of integrated technologies while becoming a model of student learning efficiencies.
Now integral in every function of the school, room-based lecture capture technology is used not only for recording traditional classroom instruction, but also webcasting interviews with The New York Times, faculty panels and even recruitment with prospective students.
Join Sean Brown, vice president of education at Sonic Foundry, and his guest Edward Adams, chief technology officer at University of Michigan Ross School of Business, for an inside look at the decision-making process that helped the school get more faculty, classes and programs online faster with room-based video streaming.
The presenters will take your questions live, and discuss:
Chief information and technology officers, academic deans and department heads, IT directors, facility managers and instructional technologists. Anyone may attend.
About the presenters:
Chief Technology Officer, University of Michigan Ross School of Business, is
an information systems professional with expertise in emerging technologies,
application development, networking technologies, database, computer graphic,
business intelligence and support services. Prior to joining the Ross School,
Ed was a systems programmer with Unisys Corporation involved in early
advances in personal computing and document imaging, an Executive Director
with Schlumberger responsible for the software development and international
marketing of all CAD software solutions, and was a principle in a successful
startup company that developed Just-in-Time production scheduling enterprise
software. Ed holds degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics and Business
Sean Brown, Vice President of Education, Sonic Foundry
JD Solomon, Web Seminar Editor, University Business Magazine