[ Survey ] The State of Higher Ed Video

[ Survey ] The State of Higher Ed Video

Time to kick off the new year with some reader interaction! Since we just released the results of our last survey, it’s prime time to see what we could gather next. This time, we’re diving into the wild world of video, and it’s a doozy. This survey will take a few minutes, but it will be time very well spent, as we are collecting a broad range of information on video usage in higher ed so that we can see just where we stand as an industry. We also want to help people understand where the baseline currently is for when they are making decisions about hosting, creating, and promoting video.

This survey will run through the month of January, so get your responses in and be sure to share this mamma-jamma with your friends and coworkers. Facebook it, retweet it, Digg it, heck, you could dance with it in a killer dance style retrospective YouTube video if it would help get responses. I’m okay with that. The more responses, the better quality the results - so let’s do this.


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Michael joined Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, KS (NOT Pennsylvania, they spell it wrong anyway) in 2006 and is currently the Director of Web Marketing.  He is also CTO for the interactive map provider nuCloud. Web development's role in interpersonal communication is a principle focus of his efforts to improve and enhance higher ed web commodities.  He is an active supporter of the dotCMS community, accessibility advocate, freelance consultant, frequent speaker at web events, and general purpose geek who wears many hats.  Read his complete bio.

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