[Portfolio] Webinar: The What, How and Why of Streaming Media in Sakai - Wed. Feb. 26

Wilma Hodges wilma at longsight.com
Thu Feb 13 06:42:18 PST 2014

Please join us for this month's Sakai Showcase Webinar! Registration is
free and open to the public. We encourage you to forward this invitation to
colleagues who may also be interested in attending.

*The What, How and Why of Streaming Media in Sakai** on **Wed. Feb 26, 2014
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EST**  (12:00 PM PST)*

Register for the event at:


Presenter: Dave Eveland, Johnson University

Dave Eveland is an instructional designer with Johnson University in
Eastern Tennessee just outside of Knoxville. He has over 15 years of
technology experience ranging from hardware and server builds to systems
implementation and design. He holds a Master's degree in education and
currently assists course designers, faculty and deans realize how
technology can be leveraged in traditional (face to face), online and
hybrid course modalities.

In this webinar, Mr. Eveland will share information and insights about the
use of streaming media in course design. The use of video content has a
long history in education, from film strips, reel-to-reel projectors, VCR
and DVD players, and now - placing content on the Internet for ease of
distribution and access. Using technology to deliver video content without
creating barriers for learners requires an examination of not just the
what, but the how and why. Please join us for this informative session
about the technological and pedagogical issues involved with using online
video in Sakai.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing
information about joining the webinar.

Also, for those of you who missed our first session, "Using Sakai to
Promote Inter-Institutional Collaboration" with presenter Martin Ramsay,
the recording is available at the following link:

Thanks and have a great day!

*Wilma Hodges*
Director of Training & eLearning Initiatives
740-599-5005 x812
wilma at longsight.com
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