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Upcoming Webinar: Did You Move Your School Online Effectively?

By Danielle Chazen

Has your school reinstated its courses online due to the COVID-19 pandemic? The answer is likely yes, but just because a class is now available online, doesn't mean it's been implemented effectively. We've been receiving a lot of questions surrounding recommended video platforms to use, as well as online learning techniques and best practices to adopt. Verbit is therefore hosting…
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Explore ‘The Future of Ed-Tech’ at This Week’s EduALL Virtual Event

By Danielle Chazen

In a recent piece on Forbes, Paul LeBlanc examined the current challenges facing colleges and universities, which are "scrambling to finish the academic year online, fretting over next fall’s enrollment, and struggling with cash flow challenges." LeBlanc serves as President of Southern New Hampshire University, one of the largest universities in the U.S. with 180,000 learners, mostly online. He went…
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Upcoming Webinar: Step-By-Step Guide to Remote Digital Depositions

By Danielle Chazen

Initially, the idea of transforming the way legal processes have always been conducted was met with hesitation and many questions. Yet the need for remote digital depositions has grown exponentially in recent weeks due to the COVID-19 crisis. As a follow up to Verbit's recent webinar, which explored the current need to conduct legal proceedings digitally and remotely, we'll conduct…
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Exploring Remote Depositions & What’s Ahead for the Legal Market

By Danielle Chazen

Verbit recently hosted a webinar for legal professionals seeking information on how to effectively transition to remote digital depositions. Alex Hewitt, Director of Operations at vTestify, joined Jacques Botbol, VP of Marketing at Verbit, to explore how the legal industry is evolving overall and responding to the current climate and need to work remotely due to the COVID-19 crisis. vTestify…
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EduALL: Next Week’s Virtual Event for Higher-Ed Professionals

By Danielle Chazen

Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, leaders at universities and eLearning institutions were already exploring how to utilize more technology to enhance the student experience. With an influx of tools on the market, as well as further insights from those who have effectively implemented principles like the Universal Design for Learning and accessibility initiatives, it can be difficult for higher-ed professionals…
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Find the Best Professional Video Platform for Your Needs: Kaltura Advantages

By Danielle Chazen

The use of video has exploded in recent years. Video has proven to be an effective tool to engage, educate and entertain an array of audiences. It’s therefore being implemented into more university courses, eLearning, companies’ marketing campaigns, employee training and media coverage. When producing video, leaders at universities, companies and media institutions can select from a range of solutions…
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Expert Tips: Transitioning to Online Learning

By Danielle Chazen

Is your school shifting its courses online due to the COVID-19 crisis? We consulted with experts in virtual learning and online video for their thoughts on this unprecedented push to provide all lectures remotely. University leaders are currently being charged with continuing to provide coursework to students, but limiting all face-to-face interactions to keep their students safe. However, many of…
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Verbit Announces New Integration with Zoom

By Danielle Chazen

The need for remote work and learning has grown exponentially due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of Verbit's customers are utilizing Zoom Video Communications daily to communicate with their colleagues and teams or host online lectures for their students. Zoom is a remote conferencing services company that allows users to conduct video and audio conference calls, online meetings, eLearning and…
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Court & Legal Transcription Jobs – Get More Business

By Danielle Chazen

Transcriptionists and transcription companies are always seeking ways to uncover new projects and opportunities, including more court transcription jobs. Within the legal realm, quality transcripts are needed for a plethora of proceedings. Legal transcription work is often required to provide an admissible record of general correspondence and memos, attorney dictation, depositions, videotaped interviews, medical-legal reports, workers’ compensation transcription, legal agreements…
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