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This survey of 264 Higher Education and primary / secondary educators examines usage of lecture capture / streaming; PC-based, video-centric collaboration; PC-based, content-centric web conferencing; online collaborative learning workspaces; group / classroom video conferencing, Learning Relationship Management, and interactive whiteboards. The report explores penetration and adoption rates by brand, purchase criteria, and benefits received. The survey also explores the amount of on-demand recorded video content being reviewed, by segment and m-Learning, and educator perspectives on their learner behaviors with mobile devices. New for the 2016 survey: Learning Relationship Management (Fidelis Education, Motivis, Epiphany Learning, etc.) as well as an institutional self-assessment regarding usage of collaborative technologies for teaching and learning.
Several clear trends are apparent:
These and many other data points on each of the technologies covered are available in the full report.