Providing online education is an increasingly common strategy for increasing enrollment, improving retention and expanding course offerings to students outside of the traditional on-campus setting.
Addressing the technology needs of today’s students is becoming increasingly challenging, as students expect to have mobile access to any and all learning resources, anytime and anywhere, from any device.
When UW-La Crosse saw the analog writing on the wall, it embarked on a multiyear project to transform tens of thousands of hours of video footage into searchable digital files.
Committed to being a true partner to colleges and universities by supporting student success, Barnes & Noble College recently partnered with Why Millennials Matter to launch a national study on the state of student career preparation and student perceptions about careers after college.
In the last few years, video in education has gone from a luxury addition, to a must-have item. Video use cases went from simple lecture capture to a myriad of creative possibilities—from teacher-student collaborations, through campustubes, to in-video quizzes and interactive tools, and more—available anywhere, on any device.