How Lecture Capture is changing the paradigm of engineering

Product Features, Video Learning
Rapidly changing nature of the global industry and the subsequent restructuring of technology aggressively demands changing the conventional style of teaching, especially in the engineering colleges. With tonnes of information around and new innovations happening almost every day, many institutes have started to identify the necessary changes and pursue appropriate reforms. By Gurpreet Singh Sachdeva One of these reforms is to include videos as an integral part of education and the primary source of creating video content is through lecture capture. The solution along with the video and audio of the professor, records the slides and other material used for the lesson. The videos are then uploaded to the cloud and are made available for the students to watch anytime and anywhere. Students can consume them at their own pace…
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Connecting classrooms to spread the good word

Product Features, Video Learning
Impartus takes video-enabled learning solutions to remote areas By The Hindu Business Line B2B start-up models are enjoying growing faith among entrepreneurs and investors because they tend to become profitable at a faster rate than pure consumer-focused businesses. B2B start-ups typically rely on a strong product and the power of partnerships, which in turn seems to help them be conservative on spending, and even remain lean while pursuing growth. And in what seems to be a balanced combination of commercial growth and social impact, edu-tech start-up, Impartus Innovations is gunning for wider reach even in rural or inaccessible parts of the country, besides currently setting up teams in international markets. ‘Social good’ canvas Amit Mahensaria, Co-founder, Impartus Innovations, says, “There are brick-and-mortar universities that may be hundreds of years old,…
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Collaborative Learning – The new charm of student’s community

Product Features, Students Development
In the recent era, many Edtech companies have launched their education products but not many of them are focusing about how education can be inculcated faster with collaboration and knowledge sharing. By Gurpreet Singh Sachdeva Collaborative learning has become very important in contemporary education. It enables students to explore and discover new cognitive dimensions by inducing critical thinking through discussions and notes sharing. It also shapes up their social interaction skills, promoting student-professor and student-student interactions. The more students interact, the better they can follow a team approach to problem-solving, yet maintaining individual accountability to create new content. Students need more and more access to multi-dimensional solutions for their problems. Hence, it is important to have a threaded discussion where many subject matter experts around that course, lecture or a…
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Impartus Expands Its Award-Winning Video-Based Learning Platform

Product Features
According to a recent study from WR Hambrecht, video can increase knowledge retention by up to 60%. Another report from CDW Government says that 72% of university IT staff believe that virtual learning is essential to a 21st-century classroom. And yet, many educational institutions continue to operate in a traditional brick-and-mortar fashion without taking full advantage of the many benefits that video-based learning can offer. Impartus is committed to helping universities reap the benefits of video-based learning. Today, we announced a number of significant enhancements to our award-winning video learning platform. These new features will provide more powerful security capabilities and make it even easier for our customer base of 30,000 students worldwide to improve their learning experience with video: Secure Video player: Impartus now offers session-level protection for heightened security.…
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