With limited time in the physical classroom and rigorous state and Common Core standards, K-12 educators need remote and secure ways to extend the learning experience. Use our media platform to create online or blended learning environments that utilize rich media to its fullest, and enhance engagement with today’s technology-driven students.
Centralized Video Repository
Manage all of your school, district, or even state video resources from a single centralized location, making it easy to share and reuse resources between classrooms and reducing complexity.
Publish your school library’s media securely, and allow students and teachers to access content anywhere, anytime, on any device. Support online learning initiatives and state and Common Core standards by sharing rich media content from virtually any source.
Video Assignments and In-Video Quizzes
Engage students with video assignments. Enable all students to search, discover, and view accessibility-compliant video through captioning, transcription, and translation services, as well as create and upload their own videos. Gain student insight through informative assessment with Interactive Video Quizzing.
Analytics for Student Learning and Staff Training
Gain insight into viewing behaviors through analytics including interactions and completion and drop-off rates. Monitor student engagement, discover which videos are most successful, and even increase accountability for professional development and staff training.
Support One-to-One and BYOD programs
Deliver content securely and reliably to any device, anywhere, anytime. Ensure beautiful playback experiences with a future-proof platform that will keep up with the pace of device development, seamlessly.
Kaltura MediaSpace: A District or State-wide ‘YouTube’
Launch a video destination site for teaching or library materials. Enable media sharing among principals, administrators, teachers and students—even parents and the general public. Configure MediaSpace as a central YouTube-like environment or allow individual schools in the district to use their own spaces. The possibilities are endless.