Shifts in Video and LMS Adoption: Impact on Student Outcomes
Although the LMS and video capture have been nearly ubiquitous for a decade, faculty use is only now beginning to accelerate, as cloud-based tools create opportunities to better engage students and experiment with new, technology-enabled pedagogical models.
How can next generation lecture capture tools enable faculty to engage students before, during – and after class? Can data streams from LMS and lecture tools combine to provide faculty with newfound insights into student behavior? Will shifts in LMS and video capture adoption create opportunities for entirely new categories of instructional technology to emerge?
Join a conversation with edtech expert Michael Feldstein of e-Literate, and Fred Singer from Echo360, to learn how faculty and institutional leaders are thinking about the convergence of historically disparate technology platforms, where the market is headed, and why it matters.
Join us for a lively discussion on these topics Wednesday, April 26 at 2:00 PM ET.
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Fred Singer is an internet pioneer and entrepreneur whose career and philanthropic activities have spanned a broad range of interests from education, media, arts, science and veteran affairs. Before Echo360, Fred was a Senior Advisor to Masayoshi Son, President and CEO of SoftBank and Chairman of Sprint’s board of Directors. Fred was also active as a venture partner at SoftBank Capital in the US.
Michael Feldstein is a Partner at MindWires Consulting, Co-Publisher of e-Literate, and Co-Producer of e-Literate TV. He formerly served as the Senior Program Manager of MindTap at Cengage Learning and Principal Product Strategy Manager for Academic Enterprise Solutions at Oracle Corporation. Previously, Michael was an Assistant Director at the SUNY Learning Network, where he oversaw blended learning faculty development and was part of the leadership team for the LMS platform migration efforts of this 40-campus program.