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This guide provides the key things any AV/IT decision maker needs to know to deploy a successful lecture capture system from planning to implementation and the products used. Learn from the challenges and ultimate success of two universities. We discuss important topics such as hosting, security and how to get the most out of your investment.
- Planning a System to Fit Your Needs
- Key Elements You Need to Know About Now
- Understanding the Products — A Guide
- Lecture Capture Trends
- Peer Tips - A Reality Check
- Use Case Studies: How Two Universities are Making It Work
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