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Debating the Future of Education

So what will the future of education actually look like? A few weeks ago, we aired our virtual event, “The Classroom of Tomorrow.” The center of the event was a debate between several leaders in education, envisioning what that future might look like. It’s a far-ranging discussion, from what libraries will need to become to how

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It’s Summer – Time for Education Technology Conferences!

School may be out, but that doesn’t mean the staff has stopped working. Some of the hottest educational technology conferences happen in the summer. If you’re planning to attend an LMS conferences this July, come look for us. We’re going to be at several of the big ones: D2L Fusion: July 19-20, Las Vegas BbWorld:

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Bring on the Video Revolution for Learning

Gordon Freedman is President of the National Laboratory for Education Transformation (www.NLET.org), a California-based 501(c)(3) non-profit committed to transforming 20th century education into 21st century learning. Freedman’s film and television credits are found on IMDB. He is a featured panelist at our upcoming event, The Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit. When I was invited by Kaltura

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One More Week Before the Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit!

We’re one week out from the Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit!  Here’s our line up: ROADMAP TO THE FUTURE What are some of the leading trends emerging from the educational technology space? Michal Tsur takes you on a quick tour of big trends you should be aware of. Then, get a glimpse of Kaltura’s own

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Sneak Peek: Filming the Classroom of Tomorrow

What’s the classroom of the future of going to look like? On June 8, we’re going to take a look in our crystal ball and give you some visions of the future. The Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit brings together some leading minds in education. You’ll get a panel of leaders discussing what the classroom of

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Kaltura Connect OTT+Monetization Virtual Summit

As viewers increasingly gravitate towards over-the-top content, online video has become more and more valuable. Delivering an outstanding viewing experience for premium content can be a challenge, as the number of devices increases, the market continues to fragment, and standards change. Join media industry leaders to explore the secrets of effective monetization, programming, delivery, marketing,

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Kaltura Connect Enterprise Virtual Summit

Video is transforming the way we do business. It has the power to increase engagement, collaboration, and institutional knowledge by helping employees connect, personally and intuitively. Join the leaders in enterprise video technology and discover how to increase innovation, improve training, and even monetize your rich media content. At the Kaltura Connect Enterprise Video Summit,

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Kaltura Connect Registration Now Open!

The future of video is here. Each year, Kaltura Connect brings together developers, designers, and decision makers to exchange their latest insights and chart the future course of online video. Once again, to accommodate our ever-growing global community, we’re hosting three industry-specific virtual events on our own webcasting platform. May 19: Kaltura Connect Education Virtual Summit

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FOSDEM Open Media devroom

If you’re interested in Open Source Media projects, be sure to hit the Open Media devroom at FOSDEM next week. The conference is happening in Brussels on January 30 and 31. We’re proud to be organizing this particular developer room along with the European Broadcasting Union. Come by to discuss all things Free & Open

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Why IMS Caliper is so Important

Back in the 2000s, the early days of the LMS, people started to study the relationship between student activity in the LMS and in-class performance. Generally, results showed a reasonably positive correlation between the two. The more rich and engaging the type of activity, the better the correlation. For example, the number and length of