Information wants to be shared.
In a world where the volume of data grows by a factor of 10 annually, where more content is produced in a minute than could be consumed in a lifetime, simple access to ideas is no longer sufficient.
Knowledge today needs a patron, someone who can introduce it to the right audience at the right moment, and ensure it makes the right connection. As a profession, we call that “teaching.” But as an act, we call it “sharing.”
Fortunately, it’s never been easier to share an idea — even with audiences spread out over distance and time. This week saw an incredible number of educational and entertaining videos presented with the Panopto video platform. And in the spirit of passing it on, these are just a few of the ideas shared online with Panopto’s presentation recording software.
Our Journey: Adopting Courses from Traditional Face-to-Face Lecture Style to Online Blended Learning
Join Professor Stephen Byrne of the University College Cork, Ireland, as he shares the story of the university’s adoption of blended learning technology to enable distance learning. Sponsored by the National Forum of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, this presentation looks into both what technologies to choose to best support blended learning, as well as UCC’s lessons learned in bringing this new classroom style on campus.
Employee Engagement at Black Forest Hospital
How can increased employee engagement help a hospital increase patient satisfaction, improve the health of the community, and increase revenue? Find out, in this recorded presentation sharing the story from Black Forest Hospital, on it’s work to boost its own employee engagement rates and the positive impacts that effort made all across hospital operations.
Lung Cancer Screening: It Is Here
Join Dr. David Tom Cooke as he shares his introduction to lung cancer screening as part of this recorded live webcast presentation at the UC Davis Health System. Dr. Cooke shares the fundamentals of lung cancer screening, including who doctors should screen for lung cancer, how the screening works, and challenges to implementing a comprehensive screening program.
Little Heresies in Public Policy: Is Payment by Results Doomed to Fail?
Dr. Toby Lowe shares this recorded seminar at the Centre for Knowledge Innovation Technology and Enterprise, the first in a series of presentations discussing little heresies in public policy. Dr. Lowe makes his case that outcomes are simply not effective as performance management tools, and as such, programs that determine payment by results will be doomed to see productivity focus only on measurable outcomes rather than quality holistic outcomes.
Africa Before Colonization
Finally, Dr. Robin Turner of Butler University shares this recorded lecture, the first in a 2 part series, offering a brief look into the culture, society, and economics that could be found in Africa prior to colonization. It’s a brief, fascinating look at the early history of the African continent.
Try It For Yourself!
Panopto makes it easy to record presentations and share them online, both as live streaming webcasts and recorded on-demand video. To see how Panopto can help you share your ideas, contact our team for a free trial today.