How Is Safari Montage Used in Schools?


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Schools use SAFARI Montage to aid student learning with a variety of educational videos, video streaming solutions and content management tools. SAFARI Montage is a company that also aids classroom instruction through a proprietary digital learning platform.

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SAFARI Montage products are interoperable with nearly all types of technology used in modern education. This company delivers educational video programming through the installation of dedicated servers. All servers are preloaded with video from major publishers of educational videos. These publishers include National Geographic, BBC and Disney Education. As of 2015, SAFARI Montage is the only for-profit company that digitally distributes full-length PBS programs to schools.

Since SAFARI Montage maintains a web-based content platform, school faculty members can access resources from within their school networks or from their homes. SAFARI Montage facilitates videoconferencing and remote management of school devices. Through a product called ManagedHomeAccess, SAFARI Montage clients can provide parents and students with controlled remote access to educational content.

Through its Learning Object Repository product, SAFARI Montage allows students and faculty to share over 50 types of files with due regard for digital rights management. SAFARI Montage's core video programming packages include educational programs like "Reading Rainbow," "Sid The Science Kid," "Bill Nye The Science Guy" and "The Way Things Work."

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