As one of the leading institutions in its field, the Royal Veterinary College in London has a reputation for providing one of the finest veterinary educations in the world. With through the use of online video the RVC is amplifying the power and reach of the learning that takes place inside and beyond its gates.
Technology has always had a strong presence in the classroom at Keble School, a boys’ preparatory school in North London. Last year, with the help of iPad Academy, they introduced an iPad programme. This has led to some big changes in teaching and learning at Keble, from amazing student-led video projects to increased learning outside the classroom and a greater focus on project based learning.
With over 12,000 students and 60,000 alumni, Lehman College serves as a cultural, intellectual and economic centre for The Bronx.
The College began using MediaCore in 2012 after seeking a solution to enable students and faculty to upload, access and share all of their videos in one place – anytime, anywhere and on any device. Today, Lehman College uses MediaCore to share a variety of media content across campus.
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From mobile and distance learning initiatives to the development of a custom lecture capture solution, Dublin City University is pioneering new ways to use video in teaching and learning across several traditional and blended courses.