Learn how innovative institutions are continuing to use technology to reimagine and enhance the overall educational experience.

Video conferencing, a video management system, and a learning management system comprise “the Big Three” or “Holy Trinity” of higher education instructional technology. 

In a post-pandemic world, these technologies have given rise to new forms of learning that blend in-person and online instruction, as well as synchronous and asynchronous learning. Institutions are doubling down on these tools to enhance the overall educational experience and offer a hybrid learning environment. 

Join leaders in educational technology from Notre Dame, the University of Arizona, and Skyline College to learn more about the technological evolution of the classroom and what hybrid learning means to instructors and students.

Main Takeaways:

  • The acceleration of online and asynchronous learning during the pandemic
  • Improved student and faculty outcomes as a result of technologies that support flexible, asynchronous learning
  • Technology’s role in the post-pandemic future of higher education and how “hybrid learning” has come to describe modern-day learning


Chris Knowlton, Chief Evangelist

Bio: Chris Knowlton is the Chief Evangelist of Panopto, where he educates organizations and industries about the opportunity and impact of asynchronous video communication and knowledge sharing. A veteran of Microsoft, Wowza Media Systems, and BlueFrame Technology, Knowlton has over two decades of expertise in strategic video solutions for schools and businesses of all sizes, and he holds several patents for streaming software technologies.

Technologies that Enhance Hybrid Learning