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Teaching and Learning

Making education more engaging, interactive, and effective

From remote learning to reviewing for tests, today’s students expect every class to be recorded. But video learning goes beyond just lecture capture. Video assignments and quizzes, recorded demos, professor introductions and feedback, and flipped classrooms are just some of the ways that video is making the classroom more personalized, accessible, accountable, and interactive. Integrations with every major LMS makes video a seamless part of the learning experience.

Video Can Be Used For
  • Classroom Capture
    Classroom Capture
    Record every class on campus. Kaltura Lecture Capture software ingests video from Open Capture Standard hardware and records from standard classroom equipment, uniting it in a single central system so students never miss a class.
  • Remote Learning
    Remote Learning
    Help distance learners participate fully, with recorded lectures and video responses.
  • Accessibility
    Accessibility
    Ensure everyone has access to class materials with automated captions for the hearing impaired. Closed captions and even translated subtitles can easily be added to video through REACH.
  • Flipped Classrooms
    Flipped Classrooms
    Take greater advantage of classroom time with flipped or blended classrooms. Instructors can pre-record lectures or demonstrations, and spend valuable in- person time on discussions, examples, and answering questions.
  • Course Materials
    Course Materials
    With a unified video platform, easily pull in video content from library and archive materials, professors’ blogs, and centralized pools of department resources. An archive of class recordings with searchable metadata offers a simple way to create study guides and review exam material.
  • Video Assignments and Assessments
    Video Assignments and Assessments
    Students creating their own videos use skills beyond traditional writing. Interactive Video Quizzing links assessments directly to the material. Video also offers a faster, less easily misinterpreted way to give feedback.
Products for Teaching and Learning

Lecture Capture


LMS Video Plugins


Campus Video Portal


Video Creation

Lecture Capture

Record every classroom with just one click, and manage all your lecture captures from any recording device from a single, centralized location.

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LMS Video Plugins

Add full video capabilities to your LMS, including powerful video creation tools, automated captioning, interactive video quizzes, and more.

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Campus Video Portal

Build your own private campus YouTube™ with Kaltura MediaSpace™ Video Portal. You can create, upload, edit, caption, and manage live and on-demand video content that students can watch from any device for learning anywhere, any time.

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Video Creation

Capture video, audio, screen shares, and PowerPoint presentations right from the desktop so staff and students can easily create videos for introductions, discussions, assignments, feedback, quizzes, FAQs, blog posts, UGC, institutional and alumni communications, and more, wherever they are.

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Customer Case Studies
  • "By and large, prior to implementing flipped lecture format, class averages would be about 83-84%, pretty decent. Now, we're up about 86-87%. But more importantly than the actual class average is that the students are learning the material in such a way that it embeds into long term. And faculty in future courses...they noticed a difference. They noticed that students were retaining information and could pull that knowledge forward into a future course."
    Loretta Krautscheid - Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
  • “One nice thing about Kaltura Lecture Capture is the automatic workflow. Instructors are busy. They don’t have time to set up anything. So with Kaltura Lecture Capture, we have that all automatically scheduled.”
    Nate Pairetz, Information Technologist, Indiana University
  • "We had a teacher in the psychology department immediately start uploading his lectures to MediaSpace, he said it was one of the reasons he was elected Teacher of the Year.”
    Rob van Leeuwen - Educational Technologist, Vrije Universiteit
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