7 Things Businesses Can Learn About Video from Universities
We’ve all heard the stereotype – when it comes to the latest technology, schools are chronically ten years behind on what’s happening in the office.
Except when they’re ten years ahead.
That’s just where we’re at today with video. Schools have been capturing lectures for later viewing, live streaming events, recording flipped classroom lessons, and more for the better part of a decade.
Businesses have only just now started down that path – with all the same use cases, just with different names. Don’t believe us?
- Recording instructor-led training to be available on the corporate YouTube? That’s lecture capture through and through.
- Delivering video to remote offices and employees? Universities call it “distance learning.”
- Capturing information, presentations, and whiteboards during meetings? Meet the newest lab and colloquia best practice.
- Presenting social learning, executive communications, and other internal expertise from your laptop? Peer-to-peer student video is one of the best learning aids there is.
- Recording your presentation to share ahead of time so you can spend the meeting discussing details and making decisions? That’s the classic flipped meeting – which gets its name from the flipped classroom.
So what are the seven challenges to doing video well – and affordably – that a decade of experience has taught universities how to handle?
- The Hardware Issue
- The Videographer Dilemma
- Fragmented Video Solutions
- Video Chaos
- Network Capacity Issues
- Scalability Limitations
- The Video Search Problem
So how did universities solve these challenges? Check out our presentation, “7 Things Every Enterprise Can Learn About Video from Universities” to find out.