Have you thought about incorporating more video in your classroom? Have you thought about exploring a flipped or blended class? Matt Gerner led a workshop on the flipped classroom and creating a video database that could be used with a course.
Once you have finished recording video using Kaltura Capture, you will need to upload your video to Kaltura’s My Media to use it on University of Arkansas sites and Blackboard courses. Additionally, you can upload pre-existing media to Kaltura. This article will walk you through those processes.
Kaltura has a native media editor online called Kaltura Editor. The Editor is great for creating a clip from a longer video, trimming the beginning or ending or a recording, or deleting an interruption in the middle of the recording.
This quick introduction will explain recording settings, common uses for different recording settings, and presentation tools during screen capturing recordings.
The Kaltura Capture desktop recorder enables easy recording in class, at home, or on-the-go with automated publishing and interactive viewing within Blackboard. You can automatically capture video, audio, and screen alone or in sync. Kaltura Capture can input two visual recording sources (screen or camera), and one audio recording source. With advanced features like live drawing and editing, you can enhance your viewer’s experience.
Once you create or upload videos to your Kaltura My Media, you can add your videos to discussion board posts in Blackboard.
Trends in education and technology are changing the way instructors communicate with their online students. In this video, we showcase examples of U of A instructor-produced content that provide students with an engaging online learning experience.