Official Press Release
International survey of 1,000 respondents shows strong lecture capture momentum with almost half wanting to capture at least 50% of their classrooms
New York, NY, November, 2017 – Kaltura, the leading video technology provider, today published its fourth annual State of Video in Education report, a comprehensive international study that examines the evolving use of video in education. A total of 1,000 respondents undertook the online survey between May and June 2017. The results reveal a boom in the use of video for remote teaching and learning with 66% of respondents stating that their institutions now use these capabilities, up from 28% in 2016. Interestingly, 39% of those surveyed state that students studying remotely at their institution are already using video-based solutions to join live classes and lectures, while a further 49% are keen to add these capabilities to their offerings. Remote video capabilities are also being used to let presenters who are not based at the institution to teach and lecture to students, with 54% of all respondents saying that they are already benefiting from this.
The survey also highlights lecture capture as a major growth area, which may well be due to the growing availability of affordable, ‘one-click’ lecture capture software that runs on any Windows computer. This year 59% of all respondents say their institutions are using lecture capture tools, up from 33% in 2016. Furthermore, while only 38% of institutions surveyed capture more than 25% of their classrooms today, 47% of respondents are keen to extend this to cover at least half of their classrooms in the foreseeable future, which will revolutionize the learning experience for both campus-based and remote learners.
Other findings of note include:
“Our fourth study on video in education shows how video technologies are reshaping the world of education, opening up opportunities for students and lecturers to teach and learn remotely in a highly engaged and collaborative way. And according to 39% of respondents, students studying remotely at their institution are using video-based solutions to join live classes and lectures, which engenders this strong sense of community,” said Kaltura’s Co-founder, President & General Manager – Enterprise & Learning, Dr Michal Tsur.
“Lecture capture is another strong growth area, fueled by the availability of inexpensive, ‘one-click’ lecture capture software running on Windows PCs. While in the past only lectures in large lectures halls were captured, today it is possible to capture far more classes for students to re-engage with, which aids understanding and retention. Our study shows that 59% of institutions are using these tools today and that 38% are already capturing more than 25% of classrooms, with a further 47% intending to follow suit,” added Tsur.
Respondents included educators, instructional designers, IT professionals, digital media professionals, senior administrators and students from around the globe, with 81% drawn from higher education and 11% from K-12 (primary/secondary) institutions and the remainder from education technology organizations, educational non-profits, and other education-related institutions.
To download a copy of the report, please click: https://site.kaltura.com/The_State_of_Video_in_Education_2017.html
Kaltura’s mission is to power any video experience. A recognized leader in the Cloud TV, OVP (Online Video Platform), EdVP (Education Video Platform) and EVP (Enterprise Video Platform) markets, Kaltura has emerged as the fastest growing video platform with the broadest use cases and appeal. Kaltura is deployed globally in thousands of enterprises, media companies, service providers and educational institutions and engages hundreds of millions of viewers at home, in work, and at school. The company is committed to three core values – openness, flexibility, and collaboration – and is the initiator and backer of the world’s leading open source video management project, which is home to more than 150,000 community members.
Kaltura’s Enterprise and Learning business unit helps organizations from all industries power video across the organization, both internally – for employees and students, and externally – for customers and partners, live and VOD, on any device. Kaltura offers the tools to create and manage video that can power every department. With Kaltura’s video solutions, organizations can improve communication, drive engagement, share knowledge, increase collaboration boost creativity, and improve learning results. For more information visit www.kaltura.com.
Ron Yekutiel - Chairman, CEO & Co-founder
Dr. Shay David - Co-founder, President & General Manager of Media & Telecom
Dr. Michal Tsur - Co-founder, President & General Manager of Enterprise & Learning
Eran Etam - CTO & Co-founder
Yaron Garmazi - Chief Financial Officer
Ido Wiesenberg - Senior Vice President of Corporate Development
Yehiam Shinder - Senior Vice President of Operations
Sigal Srur - Senior Vice President of Human Resources