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From the Classroom to the Athletic Fields: Streaming in Educational Institutions
There are numerous uses for live and on-demand video streaming in educational institutions, including sporting events, commencements, concerts, debates, and flipped classrooms.

When streaming is mentioned with regard to education, distance learning is often the only use case that comes to mind. However, there are numerous other uses for live and on-demand video streaming in educational institutions, including sporting events, commencements, concerts, debates, and flipped classrooms. This session dives into detailed educational streaming workflows and gives examples of how streaming can be used to engage students, athletes, fans, alumni, and donors. Top professionals from high school and college-level institutions share their experiences, including successes and pitfalls.

Moderator: Chris Knowlton, Vice President and Streaming Industry Evangelist - Wowza Media Systems
Imry Halevi, Director, Multimedia and Production, Department of Athletics - Harvard University
Dan Lantz, Director, Video Production - Fox School of Business, Temple University
Jermaine Wells, Coordinator, Learning Environments Services & Special Events - Union College
Michael Bair, CEO - Bleachers
 
 

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