Three Video Summits this spring will feature speakers from New York University, MetLife, General Mills, HBO LATAM, and many more.
New York, NY, May 21, 2015 – Kaltura, the leading video technology provider, today announced the dates and line up for its three Kaltura Connect Virtual Summits 2015. Taking place in May and June, the summits will cover key trends in video and the value video brings to organizations around the world. Registration is now open.
The Education Virtual Summit on May 28th will explore how to use video in and away from the classroom to improve learning outcomes and enhance marketing strategies. With speakers from Purdue University, the National University of Ireland, Old Dominion, and others, viewers will learn about best practices for teaching through video, empowering students and faculty to create their own content, and increasing reach and accessibility on and off campus.
USER ENGAGEMENT AND LEARNING OUTCOMES: HOW NUI GALWAY IS CHANGING THE WAY STUDENTS LEARN INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM
How is video changing the way we learn and teach?
USING VIDEO TO ENABLE AND EXPAND LEARNING: HOW VU UNIVERSITY AMSTERDAM USES KALTURA IN THEIR LMS AND MEDIASPACE ENVIRONMENTS
How are faculty and students really using video?
GLOBAL VIDEO DEPLOYMENTS IN EDUCATION: HOW NYU DEPLOYED A SEAMLESS VIDEO EXPERIENCE ACROSS THEIR WORLDWIDE CAMPUSES
Global Video Deployments in Education
FROM 0 TO 8,000,000 STUDENTS: HOW TO ENGAGE YOUR AUDIENCE FIVE MINUTES AT A TIME
How can video expand educational reach?
The full agenda can be found online.
“Kaltura Connect is already established as the de facto online video event. This year, we are going virtual to allow our expanding global community to join us from any device, anywhere in the world. For the first time, this will take place using our own video technology, on our new, interactive virtual summit platform,” said Ron Yekutiel, Kaltura Co-founder, Chairman and CEO. “Our incredible line-up of speakers, representing some of the largest organizations in the world, are all pioneers and thought leaders in the rapidly expanding video space. Anyone interested in creating engaging video experiences will not want to miss this!”