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News Release

White Paper - Meeting student expectations for on-demand learning in higher education
Released: 28th October 2013
Publisher: Livewire PR

MediaCore, the cloud-based video education platform, has published a white paper which explores the ways in which universities can differentiate themselves by using online video to enhance the student experience and deliver greater value for money. James Cross, Educator in Residence at MediaCore, looks at the expectations of the 21st century student, creating content, moving beyond lecture capture, and offers practical steps for moving forward with video. To download a copy of the white paper please click on the link http://mediacore.com/whitepaper/meeting-student-expectations.

Key themes:

A turbulent environment – student tuition fees, a rise in living costs and alternative work based routes are driving universities to differentiate themselves in new ways.

The new customer – the demands of the 21st century student are distinct and different. The mobile generation expect their university experience to be available online.

Beyond lecture capture – universities need to rethink their digital video libraries by segmenting long-form content, comprehensive tagging and offering access on any device.

Video technology is becoming simpler – advances in computing mean that video can now be processed, stored and delivered cost effectively and with increasingly impressive performance.


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