Canvas, Kaltura, and Zoom: Enabling Continuity of Instruction
Regardless of the reason, it is important to have a plan for recovering lost class time. With Canvas, Kaltura, and Zoom, you can keep students engaged and accountable for missed material. Penn State IT Learning and Development offers online training on the technology available to deliver your courses remotely.
Online Training – Zoom Workshop
In this 1.5-hour Zoom workshop, you will learn to identify content and choose the most effective Canvas delivery methods; produce reusable lectures in Zoom or Kaltura; leverage Kaltura to increase interactivity with automatic chapters and slides, picture-in-picture, interactive transcripts, and quizzes; and evaluate student interaction using video analytics.
The online resources provided by IT Learning and Development outline steps that can be used to identify which course content needs to be replaced and how to create and deliver the material using different tools, including Canvas, Kaltura, and Zoom.
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These resources are available to all University instructors, regardless of college affiliation.
College of Agricultural Sciences
College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
College of Engineering
College of Information Sciences and Technology
Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications
Eberly College of Science
College of the Liberal Arts
Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence
Smeal College of Business