Kaltura’s annual report on how video is used in education is now available. This year more than 1400 people contributed to the survey and while the report covers the use of video all over the world, there are a number of interesting lessons to take from it for anyone in Europe busy with video in schools and universities. 45 pages long, it is full of statistics, some rather predicable like the fact that 98% of respondents see video as having a part to play in personalised learning experiences. Others are more interesting, like the fact that more than a third of respondents are going beyond the basic technical analytics to examine how content is being watched. Some of the conclusions are also particularly enlightening like this one “While much hype has been given to VR and 360 video, educators seem to be more interested in directly improving the student experience and giving students more control and choice”. Take a look at Dian Schaffhauser’s analysis of this survey published in Campus Technology in July. You can download the full report here.