Santa Clara, CA, September 23, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- As institutions contemplate their response to real threats such as the H1N1 virus, hurricanes, floods and earthquakes, the ability to sustain academic operations online has become an essential component of their emergency preparedness strategy.
Join this free webinar and listen to Bobbie Garner-Coffie, User Services Analyst at Tulane University, discuss how Tegrity's award-winning lecture capture system can provide academic continuity in cases of campus closure due to H1N1 (swine flu); as well as how the system eased Tulane University's disaster recovery efforts after Hurricane Katrina.
Date: Thursday, September 24th
Time: 2:00pm EDT / 11:00am PDT
Featured Speaker: Bobbie Garner-Coffie, User Services Analyst at Tulane University
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Tegrity Campus is the leading class capture Web service, proven to improve student achievement, satisfaction, retention and recruitment across the entire institution. Tegrity Campus has deep integration with the institution's data-set and makes class time available all the time by automatically recording, storing and indexing every class on campus for replay by every student - without the need to install any special hardware or software in the classrooms. With Tegrity's patented Search Anything™ and Bookmarking technology, students can instantly recall key class moments for replay online, as well as on the iPhone, iPod and other mobile devices. Tegrity is based in Santa Clara, California with offices throughout the United States.