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Published on November 10, 2020
8 Video Learning and Video Statistics Post Coronavirus – Infographic
Are you interested in video learning statistics? This infographic provides the latest post-COVID statistics on online learning in a college environment and online video usage. Data is exchanged covering the use of video conferencing tools such as Zoom, video streaming services such as Netflix and YouTube, and the use of online courses by students. With so many courses needing to become online courses so quickly, this infographic will help you understand how students think about their online course experience versus in-person courses. It is clear that COVID-19 will have some lasting effects on the education system and its structure. This infographic highlights the latest data over the past few months as our society is slowly turning away from a quarantine lifestyle.
- The video conference app Zoom had around 10 million meeting participants in December 2019. By April 2020, the meeting attendees reached 300 million.
- 98% of educational institutions moved the (-4 majority of their classes to online courses as of April 2020.
- 43% of educational institutions have invested in new online learning resources and tools as of April 2020.
- 85% of students who took both online and face-to-face courses said their online experience was better or as effective as their face-to-face courses.
- Compared to March 2019, the average YouTube views for meditation increased by 550/0 in March. The number of workout videos increased by 200% and the number of cooking videos increased by 100%.
- Last quarter was Netflix’s best quarter yet, bringing in 15.8 million new subscriptions worldwide
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- According to Statista, 50% of respondents reported an increase in their video streaming usage as of May 31st.
- Video calls have more than doubled in both the WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger apps in the areas hardest hit by COVID-19.
We cannot draw any conclusions from our results, but they do suggest that video will continue to be an integral part of our daily lives.
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