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 video creation, hosting, and distribution. The most comparable tool to CaptureSpace is Camtasia, a 3rd-party video creating/editing platform that many BU faculty have used until
At the DL&I’s first Digital Fluency event, Dr. Jon Landis, National Development Executive at Apple, spoke about the changing knowledge economy and what it means for teaching and learning. Notable ideas he presented included: The importance of translating the changing needs of your field into your teaching, How changes in information gathering and self-publishing are
We have just created a schedule page for our educational technology training sessions! Choose “Training” on the navigation bar and explore the various classes relevant to digital learning. Classes topics include: WordPress, Kaltura/MyMedia, Echo360, Blackboard, TurningPoint, NVivo, and many more.
Unfortunately tomorrow’s “Kaltura Instructional Video Overview Workshop” has been cancelled due to the impending snowstorm. The workshop has been rescheduled for Thursday February 16th at the same time, in the same place (10:30am-12pm at 141 Bay State Road).
Upload Instructional Videos to BU’s LMS to Enhance Student Engagement This workshop will provide users with an overview of the features available, along with how to create, manage and distribute media. Kaltura is a cloud-based video management system for storing, publishing and streaming videos, video collections and other media. The system integrates with Blackboard and Sakai,