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University of Chicago stream lectures with VideoBank


Twelve classrooms at the GSB Hyde Park Center now include integrated cameras for classroom recording. The footage is encoded and catalogued with the VideoBank Encode/Logger application, then archived to a Dell server, with 500GB online storage and 1TB of off-line storage.

The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business (GSB) is using new technology from VideoBank to record classroom lecturers and guest speakers and then make those recordings available to students via the Web.

The GSB now uses the VideoBank Encode/Logger as well as the VideoBank Web-Express at its Hyde Park Center campus. Twelve classrooms at the GSB Hyde Park Center now include integrated cameras for classroom recording.

During recording, technicians log descriptive information about the specific lecture, such as the class number, professor, subject matter, etc., which is attached as metadata to the recording for search and retrieval of the material by students later. A Dell server, with 500GB online storage and a terabyte off-line, provides video file storage.

For more information, visit www.videobankdigital.com.

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