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The Kids of Today Are the Students and Employees of Tomorrow

Let’s talk about kids a little bit. My kids. How Kids Use Screens Today Entertain Themselves My kids love to play Minecraft. It started couple of years ago with my 9 years old, and now his younger brothers play as well, even the 5 years old. They take their imaginary worlds of knights, secret agents, family and

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Using VR 360 Video as a Teaching Tool

We’ve talked before about the power of 360 video. There’s a huge potential for polished, high production pieces to fully immerse people in another world. But there’s also a lot of potential for the DIY crowd these days, using (relatively) inexpensive cameras and a little video editing software. So we decided to take a look

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VR 360 Fulfills Dreams and Captures the Imagination

  Virtual reality and 360-video have the power to fulfill dreams. Case in point: Vital Zinger is an accomplished lawyer, an advocate for people with disabilities, and a member of the Israeli national Wheelchair DanceSport team – a form of competitive dancing where one of the participants is in a wheelchair.  Yet despite her many

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Debating the Future of Education

So what will the future of education actually look like? A few weeks ago, we aired our virtual event, “The Classroom of Tomorrow.” The center of the event was a debate between several leaders in education, envisioning what that future might look like. It’s a far-ranging discussion, from what libraries will need to become to how

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Building the Classroom of Tomorrow

Indiana University is embracing innovative technologies and techniques to help move their classrooms into the future. Take a field trip to the Indiana University campus and see how a new approach to lecture capture is making it easier than ever to support learning on demand. See how their Mosaic program is using video cameras not

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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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Bring on the Video Revolution for Learning

Gordon Freedman is President of the National Laboratory for Education Transformation (www.NLET.org), a California-based 501(c)(3) non-profit committed to transforming 20th century education into 21st century learning. Freedman’s film and television credits are found on IMDB. He is a featured panelist at our upcoming event, The Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit. When I was invited by Kaltura

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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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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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Changing the Way We Work – and Learn

The world looks a lot different than it did for our parents. Companies do more and more remotely. Business is increasingly a global concern. Workers are expected to be digitally literate. It trickles down (or maybe it’s bubbling up) – students in elementary programs are using mobile devices inside and outside the classroom, engaging with technology