Streaming Deployment Architectures in Higher Education
Video in the classroom isn't a new concept, but as streaming media becomes a mainstream staple in the household, it’s only natural for the technology to trickle into education. This session explores how universities are bringing live and VOD streaming into the classroom, including a closer look at how it’s being deployed (with architecture diagrams), which use cases are showing the best success, and best practices that should be followed.
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