Learn about the Benefits of the Kaltura-Moodle integration in K-20 and Corporate Education at Kaltura Devconnect in New York City April, 2 2012.
Online education has exploded over the past few years, with public, non-profit, and for-profit K-20 institutions, educational tablet apps, and corporate and public sector training all moving from early adoption to mission critical state. Reliable video is increasingly essential to the success of these projects. Many such projects are delivered using a Learning Management System such as Moodle, an open source PHP based LMS used by over 57 million learners. The Kaltura-Moodle integration enables educational content developers to take advantage of Kaltura’s advanced video management and delivery options to enable reliable high quality content to be delivered as an integrated component of the educational conent, to various OS’s and devices in use, including PC/Mac, Tablets, and Smartphones.
Michael Penney will briefly discuss the advantages of having Kaltura integrated into your content delivery application, and the increasing importance of reliable video content in the expanding online education market. Akin Delamarre, Remote-Learner Lead Developer for the Kaltura Integration, will also discuss technical aspects of building the integration, including integrating Kaltura with Read-Write web applications, the technologies used to create the plug-in, the type of LMS functions that Kaltura’s API can utilize, benefits and challenges of utilizing Yahoo’s YUI3, and other standards and tools used for the integration.
Akinsaya Delamarrare is a software developer and has 8 years of experience. Akinsaya works as a developer at Remote-Learner Canada (an official Moodle partner) creating extensions and various plugins for Moodle. Akinsaya also developed the Kaltura extension for Moodle 2.0; and was part of the development and maintenance for the Moodle 1.9 extension.
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