Experts increasingly agree that video provides a powerful tool for education. But not all faculty and staff feel comfortable with sophisticated recording devices and editing platforms. Campus IT and AV teams lack the time to get involved every time a professor wants to record a video. How can schools make it easy for their staff and students to
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 is everywhere in the enterprise. Businesses are increasingly using video in every department, for use cases as diverse as public earnings calls, customer instructions, compliance training, marketing, team meetings, knowledge retention, corporate events, onboarding, and team building. Around the world, companies are creating exciting new uses for video to improve communication and boost their
Kaltura Community Edition Case Study – StreamUK Launching Enterprise Grade Kaltura CE based Video Platform.
This is a guest post by Duncan Burbidge, Co-Founder and CEO of StreamUK, a UK based webcasting and digital media company. StreamUK was founded in 2001 to provide digital media solutions and back then you did everything yourself. After 7 years of trying to match the increasing pace of technological development, the decision was