Last week was CES, arguably the biggest tech conference of the year. While the show featured everything from self-balancing motorcycles to e-ink watches, we obviously focused on the world of video. Hulu has a new live TV experience, Razer managed to build a gaming laptop with three giant 4K screens, and some amazing TVs are
I guess I’m a marketer now. Six months ago, Kaltura was looking for a digital marketer to expand its quickly growing marketing department. I’d never done marketing before – my most recent position was as COO of a brand new startup. There, I did everything, from sales to customer relations to putting together the acquisition
Adaptive learning tools and Artificial Intelligence: The trend of investment in adaptive learning will continue, but with an increasing emphasis on the AI tools to drive the adaptive logic. Recent partnerships between IBM and both Blackboard and Pearson, to apply features of the Watson computer system to learning data, are steps in this direction. These technologies
Part of an on-going series about how to make great videos, without needing specialized tools. Read more here. In our previous installments, we’ve talked a lot about how to make your video look great. But how do you make sure it sounds great, too? And why worry about it – why is good audio important?
America’s system of education was built for an economy and a society that no longer exists…50 years ago, it was enough to master the “Three Rs” (reading, writing, and arithmetic). In the modern world, the “Three Rs” simply aren’t enough. If today’s students want to compete in this global society, they must also be proficient communicators, creators,
One of the hardest challenges for a business is trying to make a widespread change in employee behavior. The key? Video. Delivering information in a more engaging, easily absorbed format helps makes it more likely that the information will sink in. It spurs people to action far more effectively (and cost-effectively) than most other methods.
At the University of Portland, professors knew that lectures were not always the best way to teach students. Long lectures were “dry, lifeless” and not as effective as more kinesthetic learning. Using hands-on material — to teach disease processes in the nursing curriculum, for example — was far superior. So they flipped the classroom, using video
Video training has already become a well-acknowledged method for increasing the effectiveness of training while decreasing the resources needed. But most often, the video flows only from instructor to student. To truly harness the power of video to allow asynchronous, engaging learning, it’s necessary to allow the video to flow the other way, through video
The holidays are in the air! From bright lights to red cups at Starbucks, the holiday season can be felt all around. The holiday spirit is not just about chestnuts and green sweaters; it is much more than what meets the eye. That all-encompassing feeling leaves such a strong impression on us and becomes a part