Case Studies and Customer Stories
Camtasia Relay is used across businesses, colleges and universities, and other organizations to record meetings, lectures and presenations and publish them for anyone to watch. Check out how some of our customers are using Camtasia Relay, and how it can work for you.
UMass Boston – Ready, Set, RECORD with Camtasia Relay
UMass Boston piloted Camtasia Relay’s capabilities for 9 months before rolling it out to all who were interested in creating recorded content for their classes. Since rollout, UMass Boston’s estimated total views of recordings are over 6,000. They now have over 32 faculty and staff using Camtasia Relay to record content. Read more
Helping West Virginia University Medical Students Improve Grades
In a 2011 survey of WVU first and second year medical students, 93% of respondents said they earn better grades with the aid of recorded lectures. Camtasia Relay is currently used in 60 courses and 48 rooms across the WVU Health Science Center. More than 20 hours of lectures are recorded each day, including at regional campuses and abroad.
James Madison University Creates Flu and Weather-Proof Courses
JMU assembled a plan - and resources - so faculty could keep on teaching despite an epidemic or weather emergency. Camtasia Relay saved the day when “Snowmageddon” struck the region, closing campus for a few days. Read more
Capturing Learning Content at the University of Aberdeen
Following extremely positive feedback from pilot participants, the University has rolled out Camtasia Relay officially for the 2011 academic year. Camtasia Relay is now installed in all lecture theatres, approximately 51 rooms, which hold on average 100 students. Over 350 members of staff are actively using the system and the university is currently recording approximately 100 plus videos every three weeks.
Serving Students and Enhancing Learning Across Seattle Pacific University
The Instructional Technologies Services team at Seattle Pacific University needed a lecture capture solution that gave them ease of use, flexibility, and affordability. They found it in Camtasia Relay. And the experience has exceeded their expectations. Read more
Capturing Freedom at James Madison University
After spending years saddled with an expensive, proprietary lecture capture system, JMU staff and faculty enjoy Camtasia Relay’s low entry cost, friendly licensing model, and simple setup. In fact, it’s attracted twice the number of users in a fraction of the time, almost solely by word of mouth! Read more
Columbus State Community College Reaches a Broader Audience Through Distance Learning
Columbus State Community College was looking for a way to supplement being Ohio’s largest provider of higher education distance learning. They found their answer with Camtasia Relay. Now, the college can streamline instruction so students who go to class… and those who are distance learners… receive the same information. Read more
QAD Uses Camtasia Relay to Create Presentations Across a Company
Since implementing Camtasia Relay, QAD employees have taken full advantage of their newfound video sharing capability. Employees at QAD can now easily share information company wide - whether it's a monthly video message, a training video, or a how-to presentation. Read more