Strategies for Moving to a Unified Academic Video Platform
Like many institutions, Yale University first adopted academic video at a departmental level. This proved the potential of video as a study aid, but also created a number of challenges, including requiring administrators to maintain a complex web of disconnected media storage solutions, and forcing students to learn multiple systems for accessing their recorded lessons. As video became an increasingly relied-upon pedagogical tool for both online and on-campus learning, it was determined that the university should transition to a unified media platform.
Attend this web seminar to learn more about the advantages of moving to a unified media platform across campus, and the seven elements identified by a Yale working group as essential requirements of an academic video platform to be effective at an institution.
Topics will include:
- The challenges created by using multiple, disconnected video platforms
- The seven elements Yale determined were essential for a unified media platform
- The advantages of implementing a unified academic video platform across campus
- What the future of academic video could look like
Manager of Collaboration Technologies
VP of Technical Evangelism
Who will benefit: Higher ed administrators interested in academic video or media. Anyone may attend.