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.
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
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
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
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
The Vidyo booth was extremely busy at InfoComm 2012 last week. We joined Vidyo at the booth as well and had a great time. And it’s no wonder it was busy, Vidyo’s unique telepresence solution which delivers low latency HD-quality multipoint video conferencing over ordinary data networks to any end-point, generated a load of positive
If you haven’t already heard, DCM (Digital Content Monetization) East is holding their annual conference in New York at the DoubleTree Hotel (51st and Lexington) from June 19-22. This is a great event for anybody involved in online media, with the industries top players attending and presenting. Why is this important now? Well as DCM
Here is another interesting video taken at the Vimeo Festival. Cinematographer Phillip Bloom and designer Nick Campbell both have very successful blogs . Both of them said that video along with social tools (primarily Twitter, Facebook and mailing lists) enabled them to grow their audience very quickly. However, the most important component of their strategy is producing quality
Ron Yekutiel, our CEO and Co-Founder, took 6:29 minutes from his busy NAB Show schedule last month to talk to VideoNuze. In this short video he discusses the company’s strong growth and the main video trends he is seeing across education, media and enterprise.
Streaming Media East (SME) is taking place these days in New York and the timing is very fitting. By many indicators, this has been a dream year for online content creators: Netflix, YouTube and Hulu have been pouring bigger budgets than ever into original web series; major web-brands like Google, AOL and Yahoo just had