EDUCAUSE Report: The Changing Landscape of Video in Higher Education
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The EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research has issued a new working group paper, "The Changing Landscape of Video in Higher Education." The report covers the technology areas of web and video conferencing, video platform and classroom capture, media production and user-generated content tools, and infrastructure-centric services including AV, classroom technology, and digital signage. It outlines changes expected in each of these areas, examining challenges and trends, and offers some conclusions as video services become less specialized and instead become more integrated into information technology. Andy Page, CIT's Manager of Integrated Audio and Video Engineering, is a coauthor, along with collaborators from University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Penn State.
To view, visit the page for the report:
Below the report description, there is text saying that access to the content is reserved for EDUCAUSE members. Click login, then on the next page, scroll through the Federated Login list until you find Cornell. You will be directed to CUWebLogin. Once you've signed in, you'll be taken back to the report page.