Streaming Deployments in Higher Education
Video in the classroom isn't a new concept, but as streaming media becomes a mainstream staple in the household, it's only natural for the technology to trickle into education. This session will explore how universities are bringing live and VOD streaming into the classroom, including a closer look at how its being deployed, which use cases are showing the best success and best practices that should be followed.
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