Video is the ideal format for teaching and learning a variety of subjects, whenever content is better demonstrated or observed than described. It is now as common to find video as it is textbooks in coursework, and it has high levels of student engagement inside and outside the classroom. In a recent Ithaka study, US university library directors expect to increase their streaming media budgets by 60% over the next five years. Of the academic video resources available today, most are produced by a handful of large publishers and have high barriers to entry. Cadmore makes it possible for specialized organizations to curate vetted, high-quality video content into a product that can be used to educate students, offer CME training, widely disseminate knowledge, and grow revenue.
The Cadmore media player can be embedded in existing learning management systems, or the entire platform can be leveraged, from product development through hosting, streaming, discovery, and archiving.