Online Learning Update

September 20, 2014

When YouTube Isn’t Enough To Manage Your Campus Video Content

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:05 am

By David Raths, Campus Technology

Whether it’s a recorded lecture for a flipped class or a multimedia student assignment, video has grown into a major component of learning content at today’s colleges and universities. Yet many institutions continue to struggle with managing the abundance of video on campus: Having outgrown YouTube, they desperately need a video platform that can scale to large numbers of people across many locations; stream to many types of devices; allow faculty to create and manage their own video libraries; and share content across multiple schools. In New York state, two groups of higher ed institutions are tackling the problem: The New York Six, a consortium of liberal arts institutions, and the State University of New York system have each taken a collaborative approach to make it easier to manage and share video.

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