This Week In Ideas Shared With Panopto — May 15, 2015
The Panopto offices have been buzzing with activity lately. Just this week, we announced the latest updates to our video platform, released a brand-new Universal Capture Specification, discussed the future of education, and defined Modern Streaming. We’re excited to be sharing these updates with our customers and supporters.
Our customers are our primary source of inspiration as we continue to improve our product and innovate ways to capture ideas through video. If you’re an existing customer, thank you as always for helping to shape our product with your feedback.
More and more people are taking advantage of our video platform to share knowledge, send messages, and make a statement. And in the spirit of passing it on, these are just a few of the ideas shared this week by Panopto customers.
The Personal Kanban approach has been gaining popularity over the last few years, helping people all over the world visualize and plan tasks and activities. In this seminar, Gareth Edwards, Faculty IT Manager for the University of Surrey, shares his experience adopting Personal Kanban and the effect the system has had on his productivity.
Developing and Evaluating Physical Activity Interventions to Improve Mental Health and Well-Being
Can exercise improve mood? What impact does physical activity have on depression? Join Professor Adrian Taylor of Plymouth University speaking at the University of St. Mark and St. John as he discusses whether physical activity interventions for improving physical health are also relevant for enhancing mental health.
The Role of Holocaust Memory in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
In this recorded lecture from Newman University in Birmingham, Professor Andreas Musolff of the University of East Anglia discusses how references and commemoration of the Holocaust and its victims have been used to justify present-day policies surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as well as the possible consequences of the continued use of these analogies.
Bilingualism and Cognition: Myths, Mysteries, and Methodological Nightmares
In this fascinating lecture from the University of London, Dr. Thomas Bak discusses the controversies surrounding the study of bilingualism on human cognitive functioning.
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