It’s a Clean Sweep: All the Ivies Choose Panopto

All Ivies now standardize on Panopto for secure, mission-critical video library management

SEATTLE–Panopto, the leading video management system provider for higher education, today announced that all eight Ivies are now using Panopto for secure video library management.

An essential technology for remote, HyFlex, and on-campus learning models, Panopto enables all universities to easily use secure video for all types of academic courses. Universities around the world use Panopto for flipped learning, traditional lecture capture, and Zoom class recordings, while providing robust analytics and advanced search within any LMS.

“This is a uniquely challenging time for higher education, and the chance to help some of the world’s best schools innovate and thrive is why we get up in the morning,” said Eric Burns, Panopto CEO. “Panopto is excited and humbled to have the chance to play a supporting role in higher education’s critical next chapter.”

Since 2007, faculty, staff and students at universities around the world have used Panopto to securely manage their private video libraries, record and share lectures and flipped classroom materials, and capture student assignments in video format. Panopto has emerged as the leader in higher education video, providing customers with a highly scalable video platform that is simple to deploy, with an accessible interface and affordable captioning options. Panopto’s solutions integrate with all major LMSs, providing the most flexible array of video capture options in and outside of the classroom, and delivering the industry’s most comprehensive video search engine with top-rated customer support.

About Panopto

Panopto’s mission is simple – to help anyone share knowledge using video. Since 2007, the company has created software that enables universities and businesses to create secure, searchable video libraries of their institutional knowledge. Privately-held, Panopto was founded by technology entrepreneurs and software experts at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science. For more information, visit