We already shared many information about the joint work and achievements of TC&C and ODU, and we are proud to announce that the collaboration continues and CARIN LectureCorder is going to record the university’s distance learning program in the upcoming semesters as well.

CARIN LectureCorder is built on the CARIN365 Compliance Recorder, but it is a further developed solution specialized to fully meet the demands of synchronous distance learning. More and more institutions were moving toward remote sessions before, but the past year’s scenarios accelerated the process further.

We were there to support Old Dominion University from the very beginning of their remote education journey and we co-developed the right recorder for educational institutions, CARIN LectureCorder based on ODU’s needs.

If you would like to learn more about the design of the distance learning program of Old Dominion University of Norfolk, Virginia, check out our interview with Miguel Ramlatchan and contact us to get more info on TC&C’s centralized media recorder, transcriber and sharing application for synchronous distance learning.