Tag: Amazon IVS
The education sector has gone through a transformative technological change in the last few years. First, the pandemic created a rise in e-learning solutions, as teachers and students adopted digital platforms for communicating, teaching and learning, and managing academic information. These solutions show that students all over the world can get quality education over the […]
Many nonprofit organizations need to provide their donors, members, and beneficiaries with relevant information that they can access from anywhere. Over the past few years, nonprofit organizations have seen positive results by hosting live town hall events in which members can receive important information and ask questions. In this walkthrough, learn how to set up Amazon IVS to build a turnkey live-streaming platform that integrates into an existing website.
According to the United States Constitution, public access to judicial proceedings is a right covered by the First and Sixth Amendments. To make hearings visible to the public, even when in-person attendance is limited, state and local governments are beginning to mandate many court proceedings be live streamed, often with a very short window to do so. The cloud-native media and asset management platform Nomad, which is built on AWS, helps governments implement scalable live streaming capabilities quickly and simply.
The Barnes Foundation is home to a legendary art collection, including some of the world’s most important impressionist, post-impressionist, and modern paintings. At the core of its mission is the advancement of education and art appreciation. When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down in-person tours and classes, the Barnes Foundation used the cloud to quickly pivot to develop and launch new online programming to continue to deliver their educational mission, and allowed them to triple enrollment in online courses for adults and reach 40 percent more school-age students during the 2020-2021 school year compared to in-person courses in pre-pandemic years.
Study Edge and ASU use AWS to offer accessible and equitable education video experiences to students
With Amazon Web Services (AWS), education technology (EdTech) companies and universities are transforming the video learning experience for students and families.
With in-person collaboration limited for much of 2020 and the foreseeable future, educational institutions have embraced new virtual means to connect with students and deliver information like classroom lectures, conferences, and dissertation presentations online. Recognizing the value and importance of high quality virtual collaboration, educational technology companies (EdTech) have been working to maintain the benefits of an in-person experience, for speakers as well as audiences, in online environments. Inspired by the increased demand for sophisticated virtual collaboration solutions, EdTech Mosaic Learning built and integrated new Amazon Web Services (AWS) features into its custom platform tailored for delivering dynamic video experiences at scale.
The humanities—including performing and visual arts—help us understand and interpret the world around us. With the recent pandemic, cultural institutions are challenged as attendance is slowing, funding is diminishing, and programs are being shut down. These cultural institutions must adapt to meet the challenges of this new world. Amazon and AWS have tools to help museums, performing arts centers, and other cultural organizations extend their sphere of influence and increase their engagement with patrons, to remain relevant and better engage audiences in a digital world.