Watch the on-demand sessions now which feature court reporting leaders who address legislative updates, opportunities and misunderstandings in today's market.
Watch the on-demand videos from our annual EduALL Virtual Summit which gathered hundreds of leaders and professionals in education, accessibility, online learning and more.
Learn about Virginia Tech's accessibility initiatives and track their progress over the last six months to see what's possible for your university.
Learn from education leaders Dr. Lynne Shipley and Cynthia Ravalin on strategies for synchronous and remote learning, flipped classrooms, voice and choice and more.
Watch as three university leaders explain how they've built buy-in for access and inclusion on their campuses for tips to inspire you and your school on your own journey.
Watch this video to hear directly from digital court reporters on current market needs and how they're approaching remote deposition work. Court reporting agencies and attorneys will also benefit from learning how and where to recruit court reporting.
Hear from innovators at brands like PEOPLE, Entertainment Weekly and Food & Wine on new technologies that media companies and brands can use to push out their content and reach new audiences.
Watch this video to hear from three education experts on how they're working with universities to best serve students' needs in 2021.
Verbit gathered higher-education leaders from the US, UK and Australia to share how they're approaching accessibility in each of their regions and the implications that COVID-19 is having on students learning remotely.
Watch as we explore and showcase the inspiring work being done by Virginia Tech as the university expands its footprint of accessibility and universal design.
Verbit hosted Coursera to spotlight two schools reinventing the traditional education pathway: The University of Oklahoma and CUNY.
How AI can be integrated into your current processes to both remove manual tasks and provide more personalized experiences that meet the expectations of today’s viewers.
How can you best conduct legal proceedings digitally? You'll get tips on achieving strong audio to generate the best possible transcript and guidance on automatic speech recognition tools and how they can help with the process.
Join us to hear from leaders like CEO of Cleveland Metro Schools Eric Gordon, Educational Evangelist Steven Anderson and K-12 DMG Consultant Rachel Klein.
Watch these videos to be inspired by higher education leaders such as Karen Yoshino of Van Allen Strategies, JP Moran of Coursera and many others.
Experts at Strategy&(of PwC), Planet Depos, BlueLedge, E-Depositions, Kentuckiana Court Reporters discuss the opportunities and challenges to the legal industry in the post-pandemic new world.
Gaining an understanding of best practices on Zoom is essential for student retention during these times. With greater awareness of Zoom tools.
Viewers heard from top higher-ed thought leaders at CAST, Kaltura, MERLOT, Mediasite, Virginia Tech, George Mason University, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, University of Kentucky and others.
Hear how leading university and video platform experts, including those at Virginia Tech, UF and UPitt are implementing accessibility initiatives to drive student success.
Hear from expert such as Jim Cudahy, from Speech to Text Institute, Steve Townsend from TheRecordXchange and Anthony Sirna from Verbit, on how firms are adapting to the new realities imposed by COVID-19.
The need for remote digital depositions has grown exponentially in recent weeks due to the COVID-19 crisis. Digital court reporting expert Lisa Dees of JAVS will break down the entire process.
Gain expert advice on how legal professionals can account for the current circumstances, which warrant them needing to perform all work, including depositions remotely, as well effective digital tools to consider.
Watch to receive expert answers to common questions, such as: how can I become a digital court reporter or look to digital methods to account for the growing shortage of stenographers available? How can I service more clients with technology solution.
Universities can now empower their students to choose their preferred learning methods by moving away from “instructor-as-decision maker” and encouraging “learners-as-decision makers.” Watch our webinar featuring Scott Ready, a higher educ.
Providing students with more personalized learning has been a goal of university leaders for years. Experienced higher education professionals understand that each learner brings a unique blend of experiences and expectations to the desk and can ther.
Learn how to successfully execute an inclusion plan and work with partners and key stakeholders to see your plan to fruition. Gain key insights from our guest speaker, Lord Giddie of TCS Education Systems.
In this webinar you will learn: The current state of AI technology in general and in the legal field in particular Why a hybrid model of AI and human expertise is the ideal approach for court reporting The advantages of Verbit’s lega.
Key takeaways: How to properly set up any room for audio and video lecture capture Tips on the best audio and visual recording equipment to use How captioned lecture videos ensure an accessible learning environment How to engage.
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Key takeaways: Challenges faced by students with disabilities on campus 4 assistive technologies that are revolutionizing accessibility in higher education How to implement W3C guidelines at your school And more! Yo.
Watch our webinar with Kaltura to learn: Tips on how to better manage captions on your campus 2018 statistics from Kaltura’s “The State in Video Education” report The benefits of using a video hosting platform How to use captionin.