2022 Trend Guide: Video Learning

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Why Read This Research

It is widely known that COVID-19 accelerated specific higher education trends—video technologies to support teaching and learning being one of the biggest. Over the last few years, the academic landscape has been video dominant, and although institutions are back in the classroom, the future of teaching and learning continues to evolve with video learning. Read this research to gain a frontline understanding of current trends and emerging influences in video learning practices and technology use. 

Key Questions Answered

  • How has video technology influenced student access, success, and engagement?
  • What’s the “new normal” of teaching and learning in higher education?
  • What are the dissonance between institutional, industry, and individual faculty perceptions and daily practice?


  • Vendor in Focus: Anthology, Cisco, Class Technologies, D2L, Echo360, EduPresent, Engageli, Instructure, Google, Kaltura, Microsoft, Panopto, Sonic Foundry, Speakworks, Top Hat, VoiceThread, YuJa, Zoom
  • Software Category in Focus: Video Learning, Virtual Classrooms, Videoconferencing
  • Authors: Laura Gogia, Senior Analyst, Tambellini Group
  • Research Availability: March 2022

Table of Contents

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Current Trends
  3. Emerging Influences
  4. Future Directions

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