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Providing the right video management platform solution for campus

Now more than ever we are looking to video as a way to communicate our teaching and learning objectives for our classroom content. Video engages students and creates new and exciting learning experiences. This fall we are rolling out a platform that will satisfy faculty needs for video management and hosting. Now faculty and students enrolled in a class can create videos and upload to a course Channel much like YouTube. Kaltura integrates nicely with Canvas and offers other capabilities such as screen capture, lecture capture, in-video quizzing, and interactive video options. It also has a built-in editor for minor edits. Some functionality is unavailable but will be launched in late Fall 2020.

Kaltura is available now with limited support

A soft rollout of Kaltura is available to all faculty, students, and staff. Support will be limited during the fall semester as members of Academic Technology and members of the ITG will be training to learn the tool in order to be ready for full integration and support in the spring.

“Great tool overall. I'm really happy with its functionality. Very user friendly. It goes above and beyond a video management platform and satisfies so many other requests from faculty such as interactive video, in video quizzing, lecture capture, screen capture, whiteboard functionality, privacy settings, channel creation, ability to upload additional documentation along with videos, adding PPT to an existing video, adding chapter markers to make flow of video more digestible, playlists, great basic editor, and private "live" room sessions. I highly recommend Kaltura.”

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Access Kaltura

Canvas

    • Go to your Course
    • Select “Settings”
    • Select “Navigation”
    • Drag and drop “My Media” and “Media Gallery” into your course navigation to add Kaltura functionality to your course

WFU Kaltura MediaSpace website

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Getting Started

There are online options available to get you started with Kaltura. Full campus training workshops will be available in the spring semester.

Webinar Series

Training webinars and video tutorials are available to assist you with Kaltura questions. Each month we will provide new updates to current webinar opportunities.

Click the links below to view the agenda and join a webinar. You will need the password found on this document to join the webinar.

Agenda

October 6 12:00-2PM EST

October 13 9:00-11AM EST

October 20 9:00-11AM EST

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