Moodle Video is now available for all University of Redlands faculty and students! Moodle Video can be used to create, upload, and publish a wide variety of digital video files that pertain to University coursework. This new video management system, supported by a product the University has licensed called Kaltura, provides an easy to use platform for the creation of teaching and learning materials, video assignments, and management of lecture capture content, in addition to other capabilities. Recordings can be captured and video content can be uploaded easily within the Moodle system.
Currently Enrolled Students: To make use of the Moodle Video feature, you must be enrolled in a course.
Faculty: There are no restrictions.
Potential benefits of Adding Video to Your Moodle Course:
Give students access to supplemental, course related video outside of the classroom
Video can be provided to students to view outside of class rather than having to devote class time to showing videos in class.
Allow students to view videos on the device of their choosing. Kaltura detects the type of device (PC, iPhone, iPad, etc.) that a student is using and streams video in a format compatible with that device.
Prevents users outside of Moodle from viewing your videos.