American University graduate students on internships around the country use Shindig as part of their course to connect with the professor and each other.
Berlitz and Kate Somerville needed to train remote attendees on language and sales, respectively, thus they turned to Shindig’s video chat technology.
Anthropologists from Dartmouth & the Smithsonian hosted their first virtual office hour as part of a free online course on bipedalism.
NYC Men’s Teach and the Mayor’s Office partnered with Shindig to explore progress on reducing the shortage of male teachers of color.
The MIT Technology Review hosted its first video chat discussion forum on the rising threat of hurricanes with MIT professor Kerry Emanuel.
Georgia Tech’s College of Computing implemented Shindig to offer seminar lectures as a career development resource for its Online Master of Science in Computer Science (OMS-CS) program.
Arizona State University, School of Life Sciences implemented Shindig for online student recitation and review sessions, student debates, virtual lectures and as a solution to in-person overflow.
Turner Classic Movies partners with the Ball State University and Canvas Network to provide an interactive interview with film director Alexandre Philippe and host student led virtual fan panels.
EdSurge, an established media outlet in the edtech space, uses Shindig to power an online series of interactive interviews live from the 2017 ASU + GSV Summit.
Sheryl Sandberg’s LeanIn.org uses Shindig to conduct weekly online meetings and seminars with leaders and members spread across the country.