Digital Media


Telestream Adds Timeline Enhancements Video Annotations with ScreenFlow 3.0

Telestream has released a new version of its screencasting software for the Mac, ScreenFlow 3.0.

'Narrate, Curate, Share': How Blogging Can Catalyze Learning

The framework for a new program-wide blogging initiative at Virginia Tech's Honors Residential College encourages students to "narrate, curate, share" their stories of learning. This fall, the College will integrate blogging into its traditional program as a means to foster self-aware learners and promote digital citizenship.

Copenhagen B-School Deploys Open Source Video Software

Copenhagen Business School has implemented an open source video application to manage its visual media, including an institutional type of "YouTube," named Cast@CBS, where faculty and staff can upload public videos.

Penn State University

Penn State's ELIMedia Server provides an end-to-end solution for managing digital media assets, starting with the submission of a media request and ending with a simple embed code--facilitating the integration of digital media into online courses.

Ohio U Student Gets Taste of Audio Mixing at NASCAR

A unique mentoring opportunity allowed an Ohio University student to shadow a veteran production mixer for Fox Sports during the NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 race earlier this year.

Kaltura Expands LMS Support

Kaltura, the developer of the open source rich media platform of the same name, is getting deeper integration with two major learning management systems: Desire2Learn Learning Environment and Blackboard Learn.

IT: A Turbocharger for Mass Higher Education

We have moved away from a defining model of scarcity and can expect fundamental change in the availability and delivery of higher education in the US.

eText: Is It Ready? Are We Ready?

Most of the possible implementation strategies for eText seem quite logical and are based on existing technologies that have been available to the higher education community for some time. But there is still a problem holding us back--a problem that lies in the fact that defining, combining, and implementing eText components has as yet been accomplished only on a very limited basis and by only a few "technologically entrepreneurial" institutions. Large-scale eText implementation is a task that has been identified as too daunting, too difficult, and it is the perhaps the most significant replacement ever, of an educational tradition that has served higher education well for centuries.

Ryerson U Builds Global Campus Network

A team at Ryerson University in Toronto is working on a broadcast network that will use high-speed Internet and video-streaming technology to connect institutions around the world to deliver student-produced news and programs.

U Ottawa Delivers Library Reserve Video Assets by IP

Canada's University of Ottawa has begun using a new system to deliver reserve materials from its media library to its classrooms.