A quiet revolution is gaining speed in colleges and universities worldwide.

No, people aren’t beating down the schools’ doors, but there is an important paradigm shift under way because educators and university leaders are embracing technology; more specifically, video.

A recent study from Wainhouse Research revealed the ability to capture lectures as video for student access is a key success factor in increased retention and graduation.

From lecture capture to flipped classrooms to streaming education, video technology is a key driver of advancements in higher education. But what drives the successful use of video on campus?  How do you facilitate a...

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About the Author:

Robert M. Lipps is the executive vice president of Sonic Foundry. Lipps leads the company’s global sales organization including oversight of domestic, international and channel sales. He holds more than 20 years of sales leadership, business development and emerging market entry expertise in the technology and manufacturing sectors, including sales and channel management at Adaytum (now Cognos, an IBM company), Esker Software and Best Power (now Eaton Corporation). Lipps has a B.S. degree in Marketing from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.