Sharestream_logo_library_redThanks in part to Charles Leonhardt’s vision, ShareStream has become a valuable tool to deliver audio and video content at Georgetown University over the past four and half years. Mr. Leonhardt, Georgetown’s Principal Technologist, serves as the university’s strategic lead, and consequently biggest cheerleader, for its rich media initiative. Developed in collaboration with Georgetown University, the ShareStream Rich Media Platform provides a turnkey system for creating, editing, storing, managing and securely delivering rich media assets.  Rich media is at the core of developing 21st century skills and is a valuable addition to the overall teaching and learning experience.  Through a tight integration with Blackboard Learn™, faculty, students and administrators can seamlessly integrate cutting-edge media into online course delivery.

In July, ShareStream announced the availability of its Rich Media Blackboard Building Block™ for Blackboard Learn™ Release 9.1. Educational institutions can easily extend the Blackboard Learn platform with a flexible media solution – complete with digital rights management – for the full lifecycle of media within the familiar context of the Blackboard Learn environment. 

Join ShareStream and guest speaker Charles Leonhardt for a discussion of best practices and essential functionality for extending the Blackboard Learn platform with rich media.  Through a discussion about ShareStream, Mr. Leonhardt will share his experiences with successfully implementing an institution-wide rich media platform that currently serves over 500 courses, delivering over 250,000 on-demand requests for content last semester.

ShareStream will also be extending a special promotion for all attendees from educational institutions.

To learn more, attend this free informational Webinar and visit the ShareStream Teaching and Learning Page:

Webinar:  Unleashing the Power of Rich Media to Educate. The ShareStream Rich Media Building Block & Its’ Use At Georgetown University

DATE: Thursday, September 30, 2010
TIME: 2:00-3:00 PM (ET)/11:00-12:00 PM (PT)
Click Here To Register

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