A half-day training session on Ensemble Video kept plenty of educators busy March 9th as they learned the ins and outs of this award-winning video content management system.
Ensemble is becoming increasingly popular in K-12 schools and universities across the country, with some schools using the system for their online learning initiatives, which means that students can watch steaming video in real time or view recorded sessions.
Scott Nadzan, the company’s director of marketing and new media, led the session, which included an in-depth look at how teachers can easily organize, publish and share videos securely across multiple departments, organizations and across the LHRIC’s consortium.
Nadzan told participants that the flexible software solution is easy to deploy and support, and it integrates easily with a wide range of complementary video and Web technologies. As well as that, users are not required to be experts in HTML code. For schools, Ensemble has a wide variety of uses, such as creating videos to enhance educational activities and to showcase them among the community.