Kaltura is a Canvas integrated video management platform that simplifies the storing, publishing and streaming of videos, narrated PowerPoints and other media by providing a personal media repository within Canvas and a dedicated media gallery for each course section. Ideal for use within any course or class structure, use Kaltura to:
Increase student engagement
More accurately measure student engagement with video material
Create video assignments and graded video quizzes
Demonstrate concepts to improve student retention
Introduce yourself, the course, new modules, specific topics, etc.
Make videos accessible with captioning
In this first session we will introduce you to the Kaltura video platform, and then cover how to upload, create, store and manage your audio/video media directly within Canvas.
Pre-requisite: Canvas Part 1 and Canvas Part 2
Tuesday, August 7 – 1 pm to 2:30 pm – Whitaker Hall 269
This second session of the Kaltura series uses the activities and media from the first session to explore the review and editing of auto-generated closed-captions, creating video quizzes, using your video in a Canvas assignment, linking your video quiz to Canvas Grades, and reviewing the analytics report to determine student engagement with course videos.
Pre-requisite: Kaltura Part 1
Wednesday, August 8 – 1 pm to 2:30 pm – Whitaker Hall 269
Organize students into groups: empower students to use discussions, pages, files, conferences, collaboration and scheduling tools to complete group projects and assignments. Explore strategies for grading group assignments.
Power Up Your PowerPoints: Applying Cognitive Principals of Multimedia to your Presentations
Join us to explore the benefits of using the cognitive principles to promote learning and see course and presentation material design from a different perspective. Following a review of the principles of multimedia learning, discussions on applying these principles to a variety of material become the focal point of this workshop.
Create holistic and analytic rubrics and apply them to assignments. Use Turnitin plagiarism prevention to check written work for improper citation or misappropriated content. Learn options for grading assignments and strategies for communicating feedback.
In this facilitated three-week online workshop you will explore and master the fundamentals of Canvas: navigation, notifications, course customization, syllabi, calendar and course events, importing content, adding colleagues and course publishing; access Canvas guides and help, announcements, discussions, quizzes, content organization, rubrics and grading. The workshop includes all of the content included in the face-to-face Canvas Part 1 & 2 workshops, and includes weekly interactive learning activities.