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Rich Media Publishing and Management Part 2: Sorting The Candidates

There is agreement on the vision of what a platform should be, but how should a customer narrow down the field and focus on only those providers likely to meet the customer’s specific requirements? And what are the most important factors to consider when making the final selection?
Featured Articles, Posted 08 Oct 2003

Designing the Streaming Media Future

Product architects and producers of streaming content need to focus more attention on the elements of good design and on what their target audiences are doing. Gale Moore, of the University of Toronto's Knowledge Media Design Institute talks about designing useful tools by observing users in action.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 Aug 2003

Case Study: Streaming And Learning Go Global

From Alaska to Italy, streaming video and distance learning are proving to be a match made in heaven for Amnis Systems, Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 09 Feb 2003

It’s All About Communication

There’s no denying the tremendous utility in streaming media to deliver information faster, more efficiently, and to a global audience. Columnist Dan Rayburn speaks
Featured Articles, Posted 17 May 2002

Tech Case Study: Sesame Street

Producers of the widely revered children’s series, “Sesame Street,” have revolutionized more than just educational programming – they have also become innovators in content management.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Nov 2001

Case Study: Streaming with Grace

High atop San Francisco’s Nob Hill stands one of the city’s most recognizable icons — Grace Cathedral. Technical Editor Scott E. Baker tells us that inside resides one of the more advanced audio streaming operations in the city.
Featured Articles, Posted 07 Aug 2001

Content Feature: New School

While tradition may weigh heavily on the hallowed halls, the possibilities inherent in streaming have caught the imagination of influential minds, promising that whatever the future of higher education holds, streaming technologies will play an ever-growing role.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2001

Belief in the Cause

At the University of Cincinnati, Tom Streeter has had a much different experience with faculty, who have been eager to get involved in his Streaming Media Project.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2001

Stanford Online Educates Silicon Valley

Just down the road from Berkeley, the Stanford Online program is going strong, with just the sort of corporate orientation one would expect, given Stanford’s locale in the heart of Silicon Valley. In this hotbed of technological innovation, Stanford has put its Professional Education program online to allow busy high-tech workers to take courses without leaving their computers.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2001

Words of Caution: Preserve Education's Human Element

Siva Vaidhyanathan, a media scholar who teaches at New York University, has more than a few ideas on the subject of bringing professorial wisdom to the Internet.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2001

Improved Learning: Dump the Lectures

For all of the professors getting giddy over of the possibilities of streaming lectures, as well as for those getting nervous about losing control of their intellectual property rights, Roger Schank, PhD, has some sobering words.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2001

More of the Same, or a Brave New Path?

Where "real learning" actually takes place is open to debate. And that debate has been heated up by the introduction of streaming. Text-based online education was one thing, a fairly static entity. With video, audio and interactivity, the ante is upped.
Featured Articles, Posted 18 Apr 2001

Training with the Boeing Education Network

The greatest volume of streaming on Boeing’s intranet involves corporate training. There are up to 30 courses at any given time in Boeing’s Video-on-Demand Learning Center, covering subjects ranging from export control to ethics training to parts interchangability.
Featured Articles, Posted 05 Mar 2001

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