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Does Your University Have a Video Strategy?

- November 23, 2011 - 1 Comment

Forrester Consulting conducted in-depth interviews with 15 US-based universities to investigate the coordination of video use across campuses and better understand the use of third-party services within higher education. In this VLOG topic, we cover Forrester’s findings in this commissioned study conducted by Forrester on behalf of Cisco, “Harness The Explosion of Campus Video” (September 2011), and how universities can best take advantage of video for their students and staff across the entire campus.

The Forrester Consulting Study can be found here

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  1. Just read the report and found it to be rather interesting both in terms of findings and many underlying arguments. Certainly every institution should address video within the institutions education plan which would drive the IT strategy and technology plan. But given the level of adoption it might be premature to assume an institutional strategy means centralized or monolithic solutions.