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.
The clinic uses video recording of training activities like counseling sessions and pre-practicum role-playing exercises. These activities give its students irreplaceable educational information.
While video has proved an invaluable tool, the CEDAR Clinic found that their previous system wasn’t fully meeting their needs. Technology problems were common. Recordings weren’t reliable. The system was not accessible to those with disabilities, and the vendor showed no interest in making it accessible.
Download the Penn State College of Education's CEDAR Clinic case study to learn how VALT helped their clinic.