Technology: Kaltura

Use Kaltura’s shared repository to share and showcase

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Publish videos from My Media in Canvas to the shared repository or a media gallery When uploading or editing media from My Media in your Canvas subject, there are options to change the publishing status from Private and Published: Selecting ‘Published’ gives you the option to publish the media...

Share your videos with colleagues

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Whenever you decide to share your videos with colleagues, you should make sure that you’re clear on the kind of acknowledgement or citation you expect to be embedded alongside the video. This allows you to have greater control over how the video can be reused and in which contexts...

Rubric decisions before you start your video assessment

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Constructive alignment is an outcomes based approach to teaching where assessments and learning activities are designed to address what the graduate needs to attain at the appropriate standard. This alignment is a form of mapping the curriculum to the outcomes, attributes, and industry competencies at the course and subject...

Video assessment criteria categories

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You can employ a model like Schwartz and Hartman’s to determine the type or genre of video you want student’s to produce and the appropriate way to assess it in line with your desired outcomes. Using this model and formula can be a great way to make it clear...

LX Accessible Content Practices

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Some students might experience barriers when accessing content in your subject. Adding content to your subject sites and learning materials in a certain way can help remove these barriers and create an inclusive and accessible learning environment. We asked our Digital Accessibility Ambassadors – UTS students with lived experience of...

Captions and transcripts: accessible practice

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Both transcripts and captions are ways of reproducing audio content as text. Not only are they essential for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, but they’re also extremely helpful for other students who benefit from having a text version of the content, such as students who speak...

Request professional captions for accessibility requirements

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All audio and video at UTS has access to machine captioning, which uses machine learning to produce captions that are synced to the audio track on playback, and have an accuracy of around 90-95%. While this is a good starting point for general situations, and can be manually edited...

Online classes: accessible practice

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If a student is experiencing hearing loss, there are some simple things you can do to assist them in your online class. Think about your set-up Use a microphone that sits close to your mouth as this can help with clarity Avoid places with loud background noises as people...

Welcome to the subject

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How to do this  When building a welcome message for a subject, we recommend using a video format so students can see and hear their teaching team. Write the script for your video covering the points below. We have provided a template to get you started. Create a short...

Make screen and webcam recordings with Kaltura Capture

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We recommend launching Kaltura Capture through ‘My Media’ in Canvas . You can also access it from the university’s enterprise Kaltura site kaltura.uts.edu.au, or through the Browse and Embed tool. Basically, anywhere in Kaltura where you can ‘Add New’ media file – it will then work across all systems (eg....

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