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Paul Riismandel
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Paul Riismandel is a media producer and consultant with 20 years of experience in higher education. He is co-founder of RadioSurvivor.com and reports on radio and online media.

Articles By Paul Riismandel

Streaming Video in Higher Education Has Had a Slow Evolution

Colleges and universities were among the earliest adopters of online video, but getting it right took some time. Here's a look back at a 21-year history.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Apr 2016

The State of Education Video 2016

Both inside and outside the classroom, video is as essential to students as email and Wi-Fi. Look for live streaming to increase in higher-ed, especially for popular events.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Apr 2016

Buyer's Guide to Education Video Platforms 2016

If you don't currently use a video platform to manage your college or university's video content, it's time to start. Here are the critical factor to think about when making a choice.
Featured Articles, Posted 28 Mar 2016

Online Students Do Not Learn By Video Alone, Finds Study

Streamed lectures, it turns out, are a poor replacement for classroom learning. To help students absorb what they hear, add interactive activities to the curriculum.
Featured Articles, Posted 14 Jan 2016

When Putting Lecture Videos Online, Keep ’Em Short and Sweet

Why replicate the worst aspects of college lectures when posting lecture videos online? Instead, edit those massive videos into more usable short takes.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Dec 2015

The Problems With dSLR Video: Shaky Focus, Jello Artifacts

Call it the price of progress: Low-priced dSLRs have made cinematic video mainstream, but they're no substitute for camcorders.
Featured Articles, Posted 06 Oct 2015

Educational Videographers Need to Make Time for Creativity

While the school year is a hectic one for video teams, it's important to carve out a few hours to meet together and think creatively about upcoming projects.
Featured Articles, Posted 23 Sep 2015

Cash in on Video Learning Boom by Offering Advanced Instructions

There are thousands of online video lessons available, but many gaps to fill. Companies and colleges should look to the niche topics they can deliver.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jul 2015

Video Platforms Bring Guest Lecturers to the Classroom

Thanks to platforms like Skype, Google Hangouts, and Apple FaceTime, instructors can break up the routine by bringing in a guest or two.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 Jun 2015

When the Producer Becomes the Student: Creating Classroom Video

Recording video lectures is a challenge for even the best professors, since they don't get live feedback. The producer needs to step in and fill that role.
Featured Articles, Posted 24 Apr 2015

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