February 25, 2020, by Alicia Medros
Whenever you embed a video into my Courses through the text editor (in an assignment, discussion forum, quiz description…) the video is “wrapped” in a player. The same goes when you add it to your Media Gallery, PowerPoint presentation or website. Over time these players have evolved to better serve users and not all historical videos have been updated to use the more modern, accessible players.
To better support all users interacting with video at UNH many historical players will be...
February 1, 2019, by UNH Academic Technology Staff
Mike McIntire, Academic Technology’s Manager of Media and Collaboration, believes the new features offered by Zoom, UNH’s video conferencing tool, could have immediate benefits for the UNH Community. “Zoom continues to expand access and convenience for recording and distributing content. We invite everyone to take advantage of Cloud Recording and the new 200 attendee meeting limit by upgrading to the latest version of Zoom.”
Zoom Cloud Recording - Enabled for all of UNH and linked to...
September 20, 2018, by David Blezard and Daniel Carchidi
Over the summer, Tegrity recordings made before May 20 were moved to Kaltura. You can find these videos by using the My Media links in myCourses/Canvas or at media.unh.edu. Kaltura also released new tools that include enhanced editing capabilities, better search, and a new Kaltura Capture tool for making recordings. This transition offers some improvements that are worth considering for your instructional practice.
Rehearsal and Design Considerations
Stephanie Clarke, Assistant Clinical...
August 30, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
On Friday, August 26, UNH first-year students moved into residence halls across campus. UNH IT and Academic Technology collaborated to supply technical support at our Tech Tents, and also distributed cold water to thirsty UNH families and participating staff.