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Video learning at the Royal Veterinary College

As one of the leading institutions in its field, the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in London has a reputation for providing one of the finest veterinary educations in the world. And through the use of online video, the RVC is amplifying the power and reach of the learning that takes place inside and beyond its gates.

MediaCore gives the RVC the power to quickly and simply share mobile, media-rich learning content with its students – who can then access it on demand, whenever and wherever they need it – from high-definition recordings of complex surgical procedures, to videos showing how to cast a cow and turn a sheep.

In this video, Nick Short, Head of E-Media at the RVC, explains how online video has become an essential part of their toolkit – and how MediaCore has enabled them to leverage video like never before for the benefit of their students’ learning.

Visit http://MediaCore.com to learn more, and to sign up for a free educator account.

posted by jcross on October 8, 2012

2 thoughts on “Video learning at the Royal Veterinary College”

  1. James Harlan says:

    I salute RVC for realizing this project successfully. I believe this project is essential in providing quality information.

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