In the fifth annual “State of Video in Education” report, Kaltura surveyed educational professionals, staff, and students from around the world on the state of video in education.
Key findings include:
• Digital literacy is considered an important skill for today’s students. Almost all of respondents view video as an important part of digital literacy, especially given recent concerns about “fake news”.
• More teachers are incorporating video into their classrooms. About a quarter of respondents reported that more than half of their teachers regularly use video.
• Lecture capture is becoming increasingly popular. While most use cases showed steady usage or slight increases, lecture capture usage has increased by roughly a quarter in the last two years. Almost all participants either use it or intend to in the future.
• Educational institutions see a high ROI for video. Almost all participants believe video increases student satisfaction with their learning experience.
• Interactivity is hot. Almost all participants think that interactive videos (in which content changes depending on viewer behavior) is going to be important to education in the future.
Kaltura (2018). Fifth annual - State of video in education 2018: Insights and trends. New York, NY: Kaltura.