The Kaltura Academic Media & Pedagogy (KAMP) master class series is focused on helping higher education faculty and instructional designers better use video in their courses. Kaltura’s KAMP sessions will not only teach faculty tips and tricks for getting the most out of Kaltura products but will also give users some of the latest in pedagogical theory for how to use video as part of their courses for more effective learning. Sessions are held every second Thursday of the month during the main calendar year. All Kaltura end users from higher education are welcome. KAMP webinars may discuss features and products that are not enabled for Rutgers Kaltura. Users can register for as many sessions as they wish as each is a standalone topic and will also be available on demand after the event from the same link.
Upcoming sessions include:
- KAMP: Increasing Teaching Presence with Video: Why, When, and How?
- Thursday, October 14 – 2:00 PM EST
- Teaching presence is an indispensable element that interacts with social and cognitive presence in a community of inquiry (CoI) to create deep and meaningful learning experiences. Learn why, when, and how to use videos to increase teaching presence in an online class as described in the CoI framework.
- KAMP: Engaging Online Learners with Interactive Video and Simulation
- Thursday, November 11 – 2:00 PM EDT
- Join Stephen Scheib and Kelsey Styles from Wilmington University as they showcase ways to incorporate video into online courses that enhance engagement and instructor presence. Examples shown in this session will include interactive videos and simulations made across a variety of subject areas. Best practices will be shared.