Unfortunately I missed the Kaltura Education Video Summit virtual event a few weeks back due to other commitments, but after a friendly email inviting me in I decided to take a look at what was still available.
The first annual Kaltura Education Video Summit has been billed as the most comprehensive conference dedicated to online video in education, learning, and training. It looked at ways to harness video to improve teaching, learning and training and offered those attending the opportunity to network with the world’s leading education video experts, connect with peers from leading educational institutions and enterprises around the world.
Kultura teamed up with InterCall, industry leaders in virtual environments and webcasting, to provide a really innovative virtual event.
The conference is structured round the main hall (home area), which offers links to all the talks, resources and sponsors.
You can take a tour around or create a virtual agenda, which will help point you in the direction of interesting sessions.
This year’s summit had 3 different tracks:
- The Future of Education
- Video in Education
- Enterprise Learning, Training and collaboration
Each offered interesting presentations on high-level areas such as open and online education, alongside practical talks on areas such as discussion in the classroom, MOOCs and use of YouTube. Some of the talks are more traditional presentations while others are panel sessions and discussions. As well as attending talks you can take a look around the virtual exhibition hall or sit and have a chat with fellow delegates in the networking lounge. You can then pop all the resources and business cards your collect in to your virtual brief case. And of course everything can be shared via Facebook, Twitter or email. You can even upload your own resources and share these with delegates that you meet.
All pretty impressive stuff! Surprisingly next year’s video summit will be a physical event!