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.
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
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
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 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
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
We’re a month into 2017, and some definite trends are shaping up for enterprise technology. Here at Kaltura, we’re interested in seeing how those trends in particular are going to affect video. What should we expect to see in the remaining 11 months of the year in terms of enterprise technology trends? 1. Greater emphasis on
Since Johannes Gutenberg created the printing press in 1440, text has been the preferred and most cost effective delivery method to share content from one person to another since the eve of man. Today? The preferred method of communication and taking in content by the planet’s latest generation, the Millennials, is in fact, video. Few