Posts tagged ‘User Generated Content – UGC’

November 22nd, 2011

First Higher Education Video Community User Group

by Perry.Fetterman

The use of video as a learning tool has accelerated rapidly across all aspects of campus life and we at Kaltura are embracing it with the creation of the first of many regional higher education user groups. Last week we helped kick off the first higher education video user group in Boston. The event took place on November 15th at MIT and focused on discussing the use of rich media in academic institutions and promoting knowledge sharing between them.

Teaching is as much a part of the academic institution as learning, so when discussing the format of the meeting all parties involved felt that providing a place to both teach and learn was the keystone of the endeavor. To that end, we attracted a mixed group of attendees that ranged from experienced rich media managers to rookies in rich media management trying to better understand how other institutions leverage video in the academic environment and how end users are consuming video in general.

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November 1st, 2011

The Social Enterprise

by Russ Zack

 

Originally a term coined by Saleforce.com CEO Mark Benioff, the “Social Enterprise” has become an increasingly hot topic these days. Jive, Yammer, and existing incumbents such as Microsoft and Salesforce.com are delivering social enterprise applications to allow employees, vendors, and partners to work and communicate more efficiently across time zones, languages and geographies.
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October 27th, 2011

Mobile App for Moderation – The “kModerate” Case Study

by Gonen.Radai

 

This post presents a case-study of a Kaltura mobile application development. The selected Kaltura feature for this application was moderation – see Content Moderation Workflows for more information. We hope that after reading this post you will have a better understanding on how to develop your own mobile application that leverages Kaltura’s capabilities.

 

kModerate Entry Details Screen

 

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October 26th, 2011

Content Moderation Workflows

by Roni Cohen

The Kaltura platform provides publishers with lots of great features and abilities. In this post and the next we will dive into some of the moderation features.

 

Content Moderation

A KalturaBaseEntry object includes moderation status which indicates whether the entry needs to be examined by an administrator or was already decided as an approved or rejected content. An Entry that awaits on the moderation queue is not yet available for public use, thus prevents unauthorized content from being automatically published on your site.

 

Moderation Screen KMC

Moderation Screen KMC

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