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The Significance of Videos in Higher Education

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For Your Information: Kaltura disseminates an annual report, The State of Video in Education 2015 and The State of Video in Education 2016. Although Kaltura is a for-profit educational video platform and this particular line of research focuses on education from Kindergarten to Higher Education (of which the majority of respondents are from Higher Ed), this report …

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Accessibility Considerations for Online Courses

Dear Faculty, Are you currently teaching an online course or are you planning on teaching an online course in the near future? To increase accessibility for all learners in your online course, you may want to adapt some of your course materials.   3Play Media has developed a host of resources for online and video …

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At the Faculty Center, we often get a lot of questions from faculty about how to best record their lectures for online classes. This is a common inquiry with only one answer, CAMTASIA. Camtasia offers professors the opportunity to be able to deliver their content to off-site students, re-use their lecture videos each semester, & …

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