Survey reveals video plays an increasingly large role in instruction.

video-campusVideo is becoming more pervasive in lecture halls across the nation, with 67 percent of respondents in a recent survey indicating that video is used in student assignments. Fifty-nine percent said video is used for lecture capture.

The results come from the second annual State of Video in Education report, an international study that examines the evolving use of video in education. The study comes from video technology platform provider Kaltura. More than 1,200 respondents took the online survey in April 2015.

Forty percent of survey respondents rate students’ digital literacy levels as ‘very good’ versus 23 percent for teachers.

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