Kaltura (mediaspace.illinois.edu) is a YouTube-like service that allows U of I people to post and share videos, and you can use it to promote your research, for teaching, or outreach. It's perfect for recording micro-lectures on the fly, or having students submit video assignments. You can publish to the whole Web or limit access, to only U of I people or to members of a specific course. You can upload videos you've already made, or record directly online, and edit your videos online, too. We will cover what you need to know to get started publishing with Kaltura, and follow up with consultation for your specific projects.
This workshop will be online. Here is the link to join: https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/d3e2f4a59d1d4041b324f327223ce88e
Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
To run i>clicker on Mac:
Download the i>clicker software directly from the i>clicker website (https://www1.iclicker.com/downloads-release-notes/), double-click the .dmg file to mount it (it will appear like a removable USB drive on your Mac), create a new folder on your Mac entitled “i>clicker Classic” (or similar), then copy/paste the iclicker.app file from within the .dmg disk image into this new folder. Once you run i>clicker from this new folder, all the supporting files and folders will be created as normal and i>clicker will function as before.
Then, download the Compass/Moodle (Learn@illinois) integration piece from here (https://uofi.box.com/v/UofIMaciclickerxmlfile) and copy the downloaded file into the “Resources” folder.