It’s just around the corner. The biggest higher education IT event in North America, EDUCAUSE National, starts tomorrow. With the leaders in higher education converging to the Indianapolis Convention Center the 27th until 30th, we can’t wait to arrive. This year, we hit some significant milestones in our mission to create the best possible education
Video is quickly becoming one of the most influential ways for people to communicate to the world. And the same goes for its potential in higher education. In the last generation, mass media has truly become “mass”. It used to be that information—whether in schools, in the media, or in the professional sphere—was disseminated top-down.
Create a Custom Video Experience: How ODU Uses Kaltura’s APIs to Customize Workflows and Integrations
At Kaltura Connect, leaders from education, enterprise, and media shared some key insights on how to use video more effectively. In this video, Miguel Ramlatchan and Kevin J. Sariri of Old Dominion University take us a tour of the back end of their customized workflow, which integrates ODU’s Kaltura KMC with existing databases, learning management
There are a lot of factors to consider when building an OTT service. It’s critical, of course, that the service plugs seamlessly into any existing infrastructure, that it delivers across multiple devices, that it offers a superb user experience, that it handles all the necessary business rules, and that it protects the content. It’s also
In case you haven’t heard, people want to watch whatever they want, whenever they want. While this originally began in the days of on-demand TV, it’s now made its way into the business world. Live video streaming is still incredibly important for keeping abreast of developments and generating excitement. Video created with the intention of
Kaltura was proud to sponsor the 2015 Foundations of Open Media Standards and Software (FOMS workshop) preceding the first Demuxed conference here in San Francisco at the Crunchyroll headquarters. FOMS was also supported by Google as a gold sponsor, Crunchyroll, and numerous professional delegates who attended from the likes of Netflix, Apple, Intel, Wikimedia, Twitch, Brightcove, JwPlayer,Wowza, Digital Primates, BuildAR, ConviU.
As many of us in the ed tech community closely follow the product launches, progress, funding, investment and trends of the sector – some major news this week from Mediacore and our partners at Civitas Learning this week. First, Mediacore. http://www.mediacore.com/acquired http://www.timescolonist.com/business/silicon-valley-giant-buys-local-software-firm-mediacore-1.2072635 This one made me scratch my head a bit. While the news won’t make
Employees who can create content, do create content. Our 2014 Enterprise Survey found that a typical employee with access to a media management system generates almost three hours of video each month. This amount of video content can quickly add up, becoming a large media library. While filled with invaluable information, if unmanaged, the library
This year’s IBC has been among the most keenly watched and best attended in history. As always, there were some great product launches and upgrades, however the highlight of the event was marked by the great discussions, panels and presentations about the changing media landscape. Hotly debated at IBC 2015: The mainstream arrival of OTT
Implementing an enterprise-grade video solution for internal communication is an increasingly important task. It requires different parts of an organization working together to see the project from inception, to implementation, to adoption. So it’s often helpful to learn from others who have successfully rolled out similar programs. We’ve collected advice from some of the major