How are Video Technology Solutions Supporting Transformation of Education?

Education Technology Insights | Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Video technology aids educators in delivering lessons seamlessly while making it easier for students to comprehend and apply those lessons.

Fremont, CA: Over two-thirds of students are now considering enrolling in at least one online course. That is double the number pre-Covid. Before COVID, approximately one-third of higher education students took at least one online course. This trend was dramatically accelerated by COVID-19. Recent research indicates that roughly 73 percent of students desire to attend at least one online course. This transition has necessitated a plethora of fundamental changes to how educational institutions function, including how students are recruited, teachers are trained, knowledge is shared, and students are taught.

Video technology solutions support transformation in education by providing:


Access to the curriculum was restricted to sites where teachers were present for years. Now, this program may be implemented wherever. The majority of Canadian students learn Metropolitan French as opposed to Quebecois French. With the digital transformation of the classroom, a Quebecois speaker can teach students across Canada electronically, allowing them to at least pick up the accent or develop a feel for Quebecois French.


To the extent that we are bound to a model of material and interactivity that must occur in a physical classroom, we are constrained in what we can do. After surpassing this heuristic, many sorts of possibilities exist. Students who are constantly on the move, prefer a more intimate setting, or prefer a virtual learning environment are now better served by video technologies.


The speed with which everyone shifted educational environments from physical to online exemplified the effectiveness of the cloud. The demand for cloud-based products increased overnight since cloud-based technology-enabled everyone to transition to the virtual world overnight.


After the epidemic, we experienced the greatest expansion in our streaming services. Obviously, there is no longer a physical computer lab that you may visit. We were able to collaborate with numerous schools and provide them with services they could broadcast straight to their students.

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