How to Build and Improve Distance Learning Programs with Class-Capture Technology
Leader in Global Business Education Uses Web-based Class-Capture for Distance Learning
Date: July 10, 2008
Time: 11am Pacific Daylight Time
Sponsored by: Tegrity
Thunderbird College of Global Management has utilized class-capture technology for 11 years to develop and enhance its distance learning program. A recent migration to Tegrity, a class-capture service delivered over the web, enables faculty at Thunderbird to meet the needs of all types of learners while maintaining a consistent teaching style.
Register for our July 10 webcast to hear key staff and faculty from Thunderbird discuss how they use class-capture technology to develop, expand, and improve their distance learning programs. Learn why they implemented class-capture technology and how they migrated from classroom-based hardware to a web-based model.
Humberto Valencia, VP for Distance Learning and Executive Director Global Learning
Brett Beyers, manager of Media Services
Linda Crane, professor of Law
Amy Pate, faculty liaison for the Distance Learning Programs
Matt Villano, senior contributing editor, Campus Technology Magazine