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Moodle: Video Assignment

Kaltura has been integrated into our Moodle system to enable video upload as an assignment type. Teachers  can upload videos already now. It seems that students will be able to upload videos starting with the fall term.

Video source can be a webcam which could be interesting for language proficiency assessment, including – if the pieces can be gotten out of Moodle and into an ePortfolio  system – to demonstrate longitudinal progression in proficiency.

The videos get stored on the Kaltura servers and redelivered in form of a Flash plug-in – in between happens a  transcoding so that results are not available immediately. You can see us waiting for it at the end of this Kaltura video assignment upload screencast demo:

UNCC showed off our use of Kaltura at Educause 2011. You can see example applications quoted in the attached Kaltura use slide deck.

Finally, here is a test and walk-through of an elementary language course homework assignment using Kaltura.

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