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Last Chance to Take the State of Video in Education Survey

Hundreds of teachers, administrators, education tech professionals, and students from around the world have already taken this year’s State of Video in Education Survey. If you haven’t taken it yet, you’ve only got three days left! Survey closes June 14. Make your opinion heard! Take the survey.

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Launching Kaltura Lecture Capture

I recently told you about our journey to Lecture Capture, which has been underway for some time. Now that we are releasing Kaltura Lecture Capture, I’d like to share some insights and progress from the latest leg of our journey. We have been working closely in the past few months with a select group of

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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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Why Come to the Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit?

Because it will give you a great opportunity to get insights from some of the leading minds of education, that’s why! But here, let’s let them introduce themselves:     Watch these knowledgeable folks get into a heated debate on what the classroom of tomorrow will look like. Will it be a physical place? Who

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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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Teachers Community Releases Cheat Sheet Aimed At Helping Clients Use Kaltura

These teachers don’t mind if you copy their homework. Teachers Pay Teachers – the world’s largest online marketplace where teachers exchange tips and info with each other – put out a blog Monday describing how it integrated Kaltura into their platform, complete with helpful code and easy-to-understand charts. Earlier this year, the online teaching community

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Using Video to Get Closer to Customers

In a recent Forrester Research report, “Enterprise Video’s Future Aligns with Customer Obsession,” Forrester analysts tackle the issue of how to use video to support a customer-obsessed culture. They note that to do this right, a unified video strategy is necessary to personalize the video experience for both customers and employees. Using live and on-demand

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What Makes for a Women-Friendly and Productive Workplace?

It’s terribly unfortunate that even in this day and age, women have yet to be completely incorporated in the tech world. The territory is still considered male-dominated, with women occupying less than 30% of tech jobs, according to the Huffington Post (July 2016). There’s a correlation there with a series of disturbing harassment cases that

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The Great Video Convergence

One of the biggest stories in technology today is convergence. The number of technology stacks used by the average business has increased to the point of becoming unsustainable. Now, these stacks are starting to blend together, as vendors offer products with increasingly wide ranges of applications. It’s clear that in the future, companies will be

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Highlights from NY EdTech Week

Just before the holidays, I was fortunate enough to be able to attend NY EdTech Week. The morning session especially was crammed full of speakers from across the educational spectrum – everything from city officials to charter school administrators to university professors to EdTech visionaries. While they covered an enormous diversity of topics (including updates