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Higher education white papers and case studies from our sponsors. Click a title to read more or download.


The Client: Pass Christian & Gulfport Schools District

To ensure teachers are spending the majority of their time teaching students and not on travelling to and from the printer, many school districts are recognizing the importance of having printing technology in every classroom. However, meeting this need can come at a high cost, leading administrators to purchase smaller quantities – often from different and incompatible printer brands – over longer periods of time.


Secrets to Making Videos with Impact

Lecture capture and other forms of video technology are quickly becoming a hot topic in academia nationwide as researchers from several acclaimed universities find evidence supporting its effectiveness among students. Recent reports out of Harvard, Columbia, and MIT have broken down the elements of video and investigated the effects of each one, discovering that these features can reduce mind wandering by half, increase note-taking trifold, and raise final test scores by over 25%.


Train Faculty to Create Amazing Course Videos

Training faculty on technology is challenging. See tips from other colleges and universities on how they encourage faculty to create course content that is interactive and effective.


Thinking Outside the (Capture) Box

Learn how Boise State University evaluated and selected the software-based video platform that resulted in a 6x greater video platform adoption rate, lowered cost per user by 99%, and improved student outcomes.


Using Video to Drive Student Success – Full webinar recording with Odessa College

View the full webinar recording on how Odessa College doubled graduation rates, earning the Aspen Prize Rising Star Award. Hear about their four strategies to strengthen instructor-student relationships and how video analytics helped reach struggling students.


Seven Ways You Need to Make Your Video Lecture Accessible

Make sure your college's online lectures are ADA and Section 508 compliant with: