Kaltura, MediaCore and other video streaming platforms

Javier Leiva Aguilera javier at CATORZE.COM
Thu Nov 6 03:37:55 EST 2014


I recommend you to take a look at Anymeeting. It is easy to use and very
affordable (the free version does not allow to record the sessions).


I have been using it for some time, and it works great, but unfortunately I
cannot tell you any experience from an institutional point of view because
I was giving private classes.


*Javier Leiva-Aguilera*

On Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 9:07 PM, Gross, Jill <jgross at iona.edu> wrote:

>  Are there academic institutions that offer Kaltura or MediaCore to
> capture instructor courses and make them available to students via upload
> and offer real-time and archived streaming of classroom lectures? Can you
> speak to the benefits of either or other services? How are your
> institutions applying these technologies (such as within your LMS)?
>  Sincerely,
>  --
>   *Jill Gross, MLIS*
> *Media & Digital Resources Librarian CELTIC*
> Office: 914.633.2353
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