Do you want to learn how to use video in different ways to improve instruction, presence, and interaction in both face-to-face and online instruction? Brent Anders, senior electronic media coordinator, recorded a presentation on how video can be created and used to help with instruction of the course content as well as to help establish and increase instructor presence. Continue reading “Video to enhance face-to-face and/or online instruction, presence, and interaction”
Learn how to use video in different ways to improve instruction, presence, and interaction in both face-to-face and online instruction. Join Brent Anders, senior electronic media coordinator, for a presentation on how video can be created and used to help with instruction of the course content as well as to help establish and increase instructor presence. Continue reading “Nov. 2 event: Using video to improve instruction, presence, interaction”
During the month of June, Mediasite services and content were migrated from the cloud-hosted provider to on-campus servers as part of the Converged Infrastructure initiative. Faculty and staff who use Mediasite need to perform the post-migration steps to ensure their content and tools are working properly.
The MyMediasite tool has been updated in K-State Online, so instructors can continue to add video to their courses as usual. However, if you have previously downloaded and installed the Mediasite Desktop Recorder, you will need to update the program’s settings to direct the tool to the new on-campus servers.
Webmasters and others responsible for their website’s content should update their Mediasite links and embedded videos as soon as possible. Simply change “kansasstate.mediasite.com” to “mediasite.k-state.edu” in your link or embed code. Links to the old Mediasite system will continue to function for a limited time.
Mediasite by Sonic Foundry is Kansas State University’s choice solution for capturing, managing and delivering instructional, rich media content across the web and in K-State Online. With more than 770,000 content views, Mediasite empowers the university to incorporate video, slides and audio into the learning environment. To learn more, visit K-State’s Mediasite website.
Mediasite services and content will migrate from the current cloud-hosted provider to on-campus servers during the month of June. In the last year alone, Mediasite has experienced a 360 percent growth in presentations, now totaling more than 17 thousand. With the continued growth of Mediasite, it has become fiscally advantageous to migrate to an on-campus installation. Continue reading “Mediasite June migration”
Spring is finally here! It’s a great time to do some “spring cleaning” in your home, your office, and your Mediasite storage.
We need your help to clean up K-State’s hosted Mediasite service. Information Technology Services would like to encourage our Mediasite users to do some “spring cleaning” by deleting obsolete video presentations including:
Are you ready to take learning to the next level? With the My Mediasite app, instructors can capture or upload video lectures, screencasts and tutorials to K-State Online Canvas. Continue reading “Mediasite Overview training available Feb. 24”
Gerry Snyder, Office of Mediated Education, will present Quick Tips in using Mediasite video within K-State Online, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, via Zoom.
Mediasite is a great tool to provide digital media-rich content to enhance teaching. The session will highlight several need-to-know features in using Mediasite within K-State Online.
Planned server upgrades are scheduled for Mediasite from 12:01 to 4 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 9. Access to Mediasite will be unavailable for brief periods of time during the maintenance window.
Continue reading “Mediasite downtime Saturday, Jan. 9”
The end of the year is quickly approaching. Faculty, have you moved your video files out of K-State Online Classic? If you want to use those videos next semester when you are teaching in Canvas, you’ll want to upload your videos to Mediasite.