Video Trends in Higher Education
Sponsored By: Panopto
The use of hybrid learning modalities on higher-education campuses—from HyFlex to fully remote learning—took off in earnest during the pandemic. A few years on it’s far from being a novelty or fad that faded away when the majority of students returned to in-person lectures and labs. Download the Video Trends in Higher Education survey brief to gain insights into the following and more:
- On-demand / recorded (asynchronous) education video content is going to be a key part of higher ed’s approach to more flexible and future-proof learning delivery moving forward.
- Faculty has discovered both the benefits and challenges of hybrid teaching environments, but few systems offer solutions to adequately balance both.
- Students now expect flexible and accessible learning experiences from their universities, and consider this an important factor when choosing an institution to enroll in.
- Cost pressures continue to rank highly on overall concerns when purchasing technologies like VMS, LMS, and UC solutions.
- While free video tools often work at a single-teacher or department level, they raise collaboration, cost, stratification, and security concerns at a college, university, or system-wide level.