If you’re looking for a way to share a new product you’re launching at your institution, Virginia Tech is in the middle of a nice roll-out.
On their website, they’ve posted an article explaining the new systems:
Virginia Tech has selected Zoom and Kaltura as the university’s primary platforms for interactive video, lecture capture, and video content management. These cloud-based tools offer intuitive setup, automated central storage for video assets, mobile compatibility, flexibility for large and small courses, and robust analytics, plus easy integration with other Virginia Tech tools like Canvas, Google Apps, and Office365.
“With our contracts for existing tools expiring in June, it was the right time for us to evaluate our video management systems,” said Ken McCrery, deputy executive director of Technology-enhanced Learning and Online Strategies (TLOS). “We are confident Zoom and Kaltura will offer the university community state-of-the-art instructional video and conferencing options that enrich teaching, learning, and collaboration.”