Video for learning
Using video in courses is becoming more common. You can produce your own movies specifically for your course or share other people's videos in your course. If you are curious about working with video, there are many options, ranging from recording in a studio with a tutorial, to live streaming and video conferencing.
KTH play is a media portal and recording tool that enables you to record, store and share video and audio. The KTH Play technical platform is Kaltura. Video from KTH Play can easily be embedded into Canvas, Polopoly, Wordpress or anywhere else on the web.
Read more about KTH Play .
Tutorial in presentation design and video production
As a teacher, you can get a tutorial in a way that suits you and your course. For example:
- Individual tutorial in video production of materials for your course.
- Help customising your presentation material (usually PowerPoint) to what is appropriate for a teaching video
Help with building a “Teacher Studio”
Are you and your teaching team at school curious about building your own simpler Teacher Studio? Everything is assembled in a regular office room and you get help with suggestions for equipment, ordering and installation. When the studio is in place, you can continue to book a tutorial as needed but it is the responsibility of the school to arrange support concerning the equipment.
Lecture theatres with recording
In lecture theatres Q1, U1, U61 and D31 you record your lecture yourself. The videos are stored in (Kaltura), which is also integrated with Canvas. Log in and then control how and where you want to publish your videos. If you manage the films through KTH Play, there is the possibility of cutting and making adjustments.
Read more about how to get started, booking lecture theatres, available equipment, support and online guides: lecture theatres with recording .