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Survey on Impact of Video on Education

By: Todd Stabley

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I saw this survey on the impact of video in eduction a while back and meant to post it earlier, as I thought it may be of interest to some of you. It may be argued that it’s biased since it was conducted by Kaltura, a company with a huge stake in the success of online video, but I think the study is interesting nonetheless. We all know the role of video in teaching and learning is increasing, and here at Duke we have groups like ViTaL (Video in Teaching and Learning) and Digital Media Community that are both products of that shift as well as tools for helping understand and keep up with the changes that are taking place. This study takes an analytical look at just how this paradigm shift is happening and addresses questions such as:

  • Does video improves the learning experience?
  • What is the role of flipped classrooms?
  • Who is driving use of video at educational institutions?
  • How many faculty members use video?
  • How much video do students watch?


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