Sara, a first year student at TheMOV, has enrolled in online classes to become an author. Upon making her payment online from her iPad, Sara receives an automated email from you, the head professor of the English Department. Keep in mind this email is automated – so you don’t have to do anything. Also, 90% of the class funds are automatically transferred into your bank account as well.
In the automated email, you welcome her to your class and give her a link to the media library – the online repository where she’ll easily find all the books and videos she needs for class.
She clicks on a link titled, “Knowing Your Grammar.” Her iPad then opens up an HTML5 video tutorial on proper English Grammar. She watches this on her bus ride to the beach to see her girlfriends. The next day, Sara takes a break while at the gym and logs into TheMOV from her iPhone to see what her friends are up to. While chatting with her best friend, she browses to the Classroom and is immediately welcomed with an outline for your class with quick links to Wordpress-powered Wiki Handbook designed by last year’s students.
Intrigued, she opens up the handbook and starts reading all from her iPhone, still. Finding the third article interesting, she clicks the “Like” button. Ready for a next set, she closes her phone and continues working out.
Later that night, Sara hops back on TheMOV from her laptop and is happy to see a bookmark saved where she left off.
Meanwhile, Jerry hops on his laptop and find that his Handbook points went up. Jerry is currently enrolled in an internship with HardMagic Publishing during his second year at the University. Handbook points are crucial for his internship success and he browses to the Handbook to see who awarded him points. As a teacher assistant, Jerry can see that Sara is new to the class and he sends her a welcome message and adds her to his “fellow students” social network.
Jerry then logs into the Lab and uploads a revised copy of your latest seminar video. Part of Jerry’s assignment this year is to polish the Handbook and get it ready for publication. Ultimately, you want the handbook to be sold in bookstores and your assistants will be gaining points to help you do just that.
As Jerry uploads that revised seminar, you receive a notification on your Android. You watch the video on your screen and add a quick reply, “Looks good, Jerry – great job! Ally, we are ready for post production. Please make this top priority next week.”
Your three assistants who you assigned to the video project all receive your email and can also respond from their phones. For a more in depth look at the project, Ally logs into her desktop and opens the project up in Premiere Pro to finish it. No quality is lost since all the files are saved on The Lab’s high security server.
Once she’s finished, Ally uploads it back to The Lab where you add it to the required assignments for this years’ students.
The next morning, Sara wakes up to find she has no need to ask questions because the new seminar is available in the Media Library for download. She puts in her headphones and listens while going on a morning jog.
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