University of Oregon

The Opportunities and Challenges of Video

Audience
Faculty/Staff
Researcher
Student
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Conversation with Kenneth C. Green of The Campus Computing Project
Who Should Come: 
This event is only open to the UO Community
Date: 
Tuesday, January 21, 2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
Address: 
Knight Library, Studio A

UO Library's CMET is hosting the following webinar in Studio A of the Knight Library on 1/21 at 11am. Join video professionals from across campus to develop a better understanding of solutions for video in higher education and have a discussion about campus video needs.

The Opportunities and Challenges of Video: Conversation with Kenneth C. Green of The Campus Computing Project

Tuesday, January 21, 2014 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM PST

Video presents an expanded world of new opportunities for traditional, hybrid, and online education efforts. Most institutions are eager to efficiently leverage the capabilities that video can provide to enhance course content and to foster student engagement. However, with so many different ways to develop an institutional video strategy, the challenges quickly pile up. So whether your campus is already engaging with video, just beginning to deploy video, or in the early stages of planning for video, there is much to learn from those who have already taken this journey. 

Kaltura is pleased to host a webinar with Kenneth C. Green, director of The Campus Computing Project, focused on the challenges and opportunities for leveraging and managing video in instruction and other institutional activities. The webinar will focus on common challenges that colleges and universities confront in their efforts to expand the role of video at their institute, and ways to develop a institutional strategy that will effectively exploit both video technologies and campus video resources. 

Panelists: 
Kenneth C. Green, Founding Director, The Campus Computing Project 
Grenville Gooder, VP Education, Kaltura