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July 18, 2013

The New Video Collaboration Culture in Education

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The New Video Collaboration Culture in Education
Prepare students for the future with video-enhanced learning
As you face challenges of managing faculty and students, are you looking for ways to improve all facets of education from administration to course development and content management?The growing reliance on online and blended or hybrid learning and the increased use of mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops has led students to expect anywhere, anytime learning. The Center for Digital Education has published a new Issue Brief on the state of video in education which covers how:

  • Flipped classrooms become easier to achieve
  • Classrooms can be enriched with subject matter experts and virtual trips
  • Classroom content can be recorded and be made available on demand

Read this complimentary Issue Brief, The New Video Collaboration Culture in Education to learn how video and UC make education services more accessible, efficient and affordable.

View the Issue Brief from The Center for Digital Education

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