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    • Reaching Out With Podcasts & Alternative Methods George Wright
    • “ Podcasting offers to extend universities’ educational reach more than it offers to improve education itself...” David J. Malan Malan DJ (2007) “Podcasting computer science E-1.” In Proceedings of the 38th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education , 389-393. http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1227446
    • About GT Distance Learning
      • 30 years DL experience
      • 120+/- DL courses per semester/ 275 per year
      • 14 multi-media classrooms
      • 5,500 – 5,750 hours of captured instruction per semester
      • 1,800+ enrollments
      • International student body
    • GT ‘Wish List’ The requirements are intended to describe the features and functionality of a suite of tools that make up a large scale content capture, management and delivery system for Georgia Tech. It is understood that a single tool may not encompass all of the requirements listed, such systems under consideration must have an open architecture such that the system may either integrate laterally with other systems.
    • We are looking for a few good classroom instruction capture tools.
      • Criteria
        • Highly scalable – low cost
        • Simple to use
        • Synchronous & asynchronous capture
        • Content downloadable for offline playback
        • Integrate with Campus AD/LDAP
        • CMS Integration (single sign on)
    • More Criteria
        • Ability to upload with little intervention after the capture
        • High-definition capture for future requirements
        • Variable bitrate options for student access - dialup/DSL/LAN(10/100/1000)
        • Editing tools – simple to use please!
        • Support of Digital Rights Management
        • Windows, Macintosh, and Linux Support
    • Some Systems Reviewed
      • Accordant
      • Adobe Acrobat Connect
      • Adobe Captivate
      • Anystream Agility
      • Apreso – echo 360
      • Camtasia
      • Codian (Tandberg)
      • DCRS – GT
      • Elluminate
      • Horizon-Wimba
      • Mediasite
      • Sympodium
      • Tandberg Content Server
      • Tegrity
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      • George Wright
      • Phone: 404.894.6921
      • E-mail: [email_address]