The second Friday of the month is upon us, and that means it’s time for Academic Technology Services to share with you a FLIP workshop. This month FLIP, standing for “The Future of Learning In Practice,” will focus on teaching with video via the application called Kaltura. We hope you will join us tomorrow / Friday, February 13th at Academic Surge 2363, a floor above the Bohart Museum of Entomology.
Here’s what your host, Steve Faith, has to say about this workshop:
“Come learn about AggieVideo, and how we are busy crafting an integrated rich-media initiative for UC Davis. This workshop will begin with an overview of the Kaltura / AggieVideo initiative and its components, and then proceed with some technology show-and-tell involving media creation, management, hosting, and distribution. At the end, we will brainstorm on how we can improve teaching and learning by using some the covered tools and resources.”
You may wish to review this related article from Inc. magazine: “How Kaltura Went From Free-Spirited Collaboration Tool to the Future of Online Video.”
Many thanks to FLIP workshop series and instructional designer Dan Comins – he is enjoying an extended and well-earned paternity leave with his new son Nathaniel. Our new instructional designer Cheryl Diermyer, along with faculty technology training coordinators Steve Faith and Fernando Socorro, stand ready to meet your instructional design needs during Dan’s absence.