When “Snowmageddon” hit in 2010, administrators at James Madison University in Virginia were glad they had Camtasia Relay and a plan. Faculty faced a threat of excessive class absences due to hazardous weather and a potential flu outbreak, but was still able to provide their students with uninterrupted learning. Read about how lecture capture technology helped James Madison University prepare for possible disruptions in this case study by TechSmith.
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