Countless higher education institutions are struggling for ways of bringing together their varied media platforms in a holistic fashion that encompasses creation, editing, delivery and storage. Oregon State University is no different, but has found a solution in a modular approach, by bringing together numerous systems around a delivery platform.
Focusing on the Kaltura online delivery platform (OVP), OSU has constructed solutions that allow all users to create content on their preferred platform, edit on their preferred software, and deliver online to any device. Be it user generated content, lecture capture systems, internally produced content, or third-party materials, OSU has been able to democratize content creation and content ownership, while putting the decision making in terms of restrictions squarely in the hands of the content owner.
Via a brief series of slides and a software demonstration, participants in this session will get an idea of how a centrally operated OVP can facilitate workflows for all stakeholders at an institution, while allowing for great flexibility in terms of access controls, copyright obligations, privacy, and accessibility.
Raul Burriel is the streaming media coordinator at Oregon State University. His responsibilities include assisting and enabling the ingestion of media for all persons on the campus, including students, faculty and staff, and the synchronous and asynchronous delivery of that content across multiple platforms. Raul has been working at OSU for over 6 years, where he has been deeply involved in the integration of its lecture capture systems with the institution’s online video platform, content management system, and learning management system.
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