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Evaluating Online Sources: The SIFT Method

The SIFT Method, created by Mike Caulfield, is a way to determine if resources are credible. There is so much information available to us at our fingertips, especially with social media and websites.…

From  Marlinda Karo on 06/29/2021 0 likes 0  

Import Existing Media Gallery to New Course

How to import existing Kaltura Media Galleries into your new Canvas course

From  Lynden Marshall on 06/24/2021 0 likes 0  

Adding Media to a Module

Adding Media to a Module

From  Richard Gosselin on 06/1/2021 0 likes 0  

HCCTV Up To The Minute | Michael Cohn |.Media Arts Chair

Division Chair Michael Cohn guested on HCCTV's Up to the Minute to discuss Filmmaking, Music Business and Audio Recording in Nov 2020.

From  Donna Pinnick on 12/11/2020 0 likes 0  

14- Interactive Video Tutorial

Kaltura Interactive Video Paths enables you to add choice-based learning paths to your videos, inviting your students to engage and participate. With Interactive Videos, you can customize your…

From  Lynden Marshall on 08/10/2020 0 likes 0  

11- Kaltura Media Analytics

Media analytics can be helpful in supporting students and help you create effective media. To begin, select My Media. Locate the media you want analytics for and click on the analytics’ icon…

From  Lynden Marshall on 07/22/2020 0 likes 0  

7- YouTube in My Media

How to add media from YouTube and replace YouTube links. Faculty can get analytics information on YouTube entries and can use the In-Video Quiz tool. YouTube videos do not have the same options…

From  Matthew Gonzalez on 06/4/2020 0 likes 1  

9- Creating In-Video Quizzes

Creating In-Video Quizzes Video quizzes allow you to insert question(s) in media. Let’s begin by selecting My Media within you course shell. Once your media is displayed, click on Add New.…

From  Lynden Marshall on 06/3/2020 0 likes 0  

VPA Fields & Cohn | Guests on Up To The Minute

Division Chairs Katherine Fields, Visual Arts and Michael Cohn, Media Arts discuss adding the digital component this semester to exhibit student artwork and student filmmaking projects.

From  Donna Pinnick on 05/22/2020 0 likes 0