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Sonic Foundry, Inc.
InfoComm - Mediasite™ chosen by Wisconsin state agencies
"We see Mediasite as a tremendous cost savings to the Division of Public Health and DHFS for the necessary ongoing communication, information sharing and education we provide in part to protect and promote the health of citizens in Wisconsin," said Moira Lafayette, Health Education and Communications Consultant with WDHFS' Division of Public Health.
WISCAP Reports January 2001
State CSBG Coordinator Moira Lafayette, WISCAP Executive Director Jackie Lawrence, and US Office of Community Services DSA Director Dr. Margaret Washnitzer are partners working together toward full implementation in Wisconsin.
...Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Coordinator Moira Lafayette has accepted a new position as Health Education and Communications Consultant with DHFS Division of Public Health.
"It has been a truly valuable growth and learning experience for me to have had the opportunity to work with Community Action
over the past three years.""Moira has truly been an advocate for Community Action, and will be missed.
"When an agency has invested in ...
"When an agency has invested in technology, they want to get as much out of it as they can," said Moira Lafayette, the former training and education coordinator for the Wisconsin Division of Public Health.Lafayette is now the director of strategic applications at Sonic Foundry, a media communications company.Mediasoft, one of Sonic Foundry's products, gave Lafayette and her public health colleagues the ability to record, index, transmit and store information without needing to rely on video or audio editors, she said.
"The back-end software allows you to store and index your information and then you can search it by keyword, metadata or even spoken word," Lafayette
said."You can split out the audio section with no pre- or post-production."
The technology was useful, she
said, because it eliminated cost and technical barriers to quick communication by making information available online.
"In the context of public health emergency preparedness, we really need to be able to get information out.We were scheduling three teleconferences a day and we blew our budget in a week," Lafayette
Webinar Highlights How E-Learning Can Impact Business Within a Global Economy
WHO: Moira Lafayette, director of strategic applications at Sonic Foundry, Inc.
will explore how businesses can use technology to train multi-generational learners and a geographically distributed workforce with different learning styles.
...CONTACT: For more information, or to schedule an interview with Sonic Foundry or Ms. Lafayette, contact: