This summer the Instructional Production Services (IPS) team worked with Stephanie Ngom of the Center for English Language & Orientation Programs to create new videos for the Bridge 2 BU
This summer, Instructional Production Services, in conjunction with the Office of Distance Education, is launching several new, interactive, online language courses. Learn about the courses and the use of animated video, live Zoom and more.
Educators face a number of limitations in traditional learning environments. Student engagement can be low because of the number of people in each class, and valuable time for reinforcing and discussing content can be lost in the rush to introduce new content. Learn how educational video can help instructors overcome these limitations.
Brad Wheeler from the Center for Teaching and Learning gives an overview of a digital media training model and how it can be used to assist in student learning. The
Whether you’re in communications, the arts, or science and engineering, expressing your work through multimedia is becoming a critical skill. Pitching a new idea? Presenting your research? Video can add
The regional meeting for university Kaltura users in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island is being hosted at Boston University through Digital Learning & Innovation. Kaltura is a cloud-based video
BU’s Intuitive New Video Capture Tool, CaptureSpace BU recently adopted MyMedia/Kaltura as its supported video sharing platform. Kaltura CaptureSpace is a screen recording software within MyMedia, the university’s new platform for educational
BU recent adopted the Kaltura Video streaming platform, and have branded it MyMedia the Instructional Video Streaming Platform. Some of the benefits of MyMedia are its: Integration with Blackboard Unlimited storage Powerful
MyMedia [a.k.a Kaltura] is a platform that allows you to publish instructional videos for your students to access through Blackboard. Tomorrow (Tuesday, March 7) from 10:30am to noon our MyMedia specialist, Wendell
Echo360 is rolling out a new upgrade. According to Harrison Lawrence, one of our Echo360 platform experts, the software will now be run on the cloud, providing greater stability and better