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Paul Riismandel
Consultant

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

Found in Translation: How to Stream Video in Multiple Languages

Reach out to an international audience. Here are video translation steps to follow for strong results, as well as expert tips for high quality.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Dec 2014

It's Elementary: Schools Should Teach Basic Video Literacy

Just as today's workers need to know how to write a clear and effective report, tomorrow's workers will need to know how to present their message on video.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Dec 2014

With Online Video, the Classroom Becomes a Laboratory

Using data from Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), researchers are discovering how to make online learning—and online video—better.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Oct 2014

Educators, Adopt 4K Video Now and Get Ahead of the Curve

While ultra-high definition video is years away from becoming the viewing standard, there's no reason to wait that long for video production.
Featured Articles, Posted 02 Jul 2014

Kaltura Enters Lecture Capture with CaptureSpace

Software-based system designed to let schools that haven't started using lecture capture to start doing so cheaply, using Open Capture Standard
Online Video News, Posted 24 Jun 2014

Colleges Need to Teach the Teachers to Produce Quality Video

Technical snafus can disrupt lectures and frustrate instructors. For strong results, colleges and universities need to think about training ahead of time.
Featured Articles, Posted 09 May 2014

The Problem With Flipped Classrooms: Teachers Shoot Lousy Video

Educators are recording video lectures for students to watch outside of class, but they're often terrible quality. Here are easy fixes for lectures worth watching.
Featured Articles, Posted 17 Apr 2014

The State of Educational Video 2014

The proliferation of mobile devices and the surge in popularity of the flipped classroom mean that video is at the head of the class in today's schools.
Featured Articles, Posted 31 Mar 2014

Rochester Institute of Technology Embraces the Flipped Classroom

Online video lessons viewed at home let university professors get the most out of classroom time, and students reap the rewards.
Featured Articles, Posted 21 Mar 2014

How to Choose a Captioning Service

Few content publishers have the know-how or resources to do their own captioning. Here are the issues to explore when selecting a service provider.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Mar 2014

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