|Founder||Stuart Bowness, Damien Tanner|
|Services||Video Platform For Education|
MediaCore was an educational technology company that was founded in June 2011 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada by Stuart Bowness and Damien Tanner. It aims to help educators capture, manage and share educational content to students, faculty and staff through its cloud hosted media platform. It was acquired by Workday, Inc. in 2015.
MediaCore provides higher education institutions with a cloud hosted platform to share media with students, staff and faculty across the internet. It integrates with learning software like Moodle, Canvas, Blackboard and Snagit and provides mobile applications for iOS, Android and Windows phone to capture and upload video.
Discontinuation of platform
On October 5, 2015, Mediacore users received email informing them that Workday would be discontinuing the Mediacore video platform as of January 31, 2016.
- MediaCore Raises Seed Funding, Launches Platform To Let SMBs Create Their Own YouTube, Techcrunch
- B.C. Tech Ventures Awarded $235,000 in Prizes in Annual Business Competition; $100,000 Top Prize Goes to MediaCore Technologies Inc. Reuters
- TechSmith Teams with MediaCore to Help Educators Flip Classrooms Easily and Quickly Yahoo Finance
- "Captioning Made Simple with MediaCore". Media Core. Media Core. Retrieved 17 February 2016.
- Victoria tech firm runs with good company Times Colonist
- The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Digital Video Fast Company
- MediaCore takes top prize in BCIC New Ventures competition, Vancouver Sun
- "Silicon Valley giant buys local software firm MediaCore".