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Streaming Deployment Architectures in Higher Education

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In attempt to facilitate new modes of teaching, such as online and flipped classrooms, the behind-the-scenes process of building a course has quickly changed. On-demand video portals, recording studios, and web-conference sessions are working their way into many universities. This session explores the workflow universities have developed to deliver their online and flipped classes, along with the tech they use to make it possible. This session highlights what schools have found to be successful, efficient technologies and highlight lessons learned.

Moderator: Christopher Miano, Sr. Technology Support Specialist, Online & Digital Learning - Temple University
Derrick Freeman, Program Manager, Webcast Producer - The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Jonathan Schwartz, Digital Video Manager - USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
Christopher Martin, IT & Multimedia Manager - University of Pennsylvania
 
 

 

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