June 11, 2012
Video in education now goes beyond simple publishing and includes internal university 'YouTubes', deep learning management system integrations into Blackboard, Moodle, Sakai, or more, creating a central media repository, collaborative video assignments, video for distance education and libraries, and media-powered blogs and social networks. In the face of the rich media revolution, educational institutions are using video to power every aspect of campus life. The challenge is finding media infrastructure that is agile, scalable, and cost effective. More universities are using video internally and externally for teaching and learning, distance learning and hybrid instruction, training, enhancing assignments, and as a means of collaboration between students and faculty. We are the leaders in this area, plus our solution is open source.
Hi I'm Charly. I work for kaltura.com and we use video and new forms of multimedia-enabled learning to revolutionise education. We create internal university 'YouTubes', deep learning management system integrations into Blackboard, Moodle, Sakai etc