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Case Studies

At Penn State’s Center for Educational Diagnosis And Remediation, or CEDAR Clinic, video recording is a vital tool for training the future counselors and counseling supervisors enrolled in its master’s and doctoral programs.

Mount Royal University (MRU) in Calgary, Canada, provides an exceptional undergraduate educational experience to 12,000 students, with a belief that talented and committed educators are the driving force behind student success.

The University of Alberta Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Edmonton, AB, utilizes video recording and observation to thoroughly prepare students to take the OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination).

The City of Bend Police Department in central Oregon considers video recording a vital part of their police work and a critical element of the justice system.

After trying two video systems with less-than satisfying results in the past, The Stroke Center at Texas Woman’s University (TWU) in Dallas, Texas installed a VALT video solution to observe and train its graduate-level speech pathology students working with stroke victims.