• How to move recordings from Kaltura to OneDrive

    Retrieve Kaltura recordings Log in to “My Media” at https://trincoll.mediaspace.kaltura.com/ by clicking Guest in the upper right. Once logged in, click your name and choose My Media from the menu.  You will see a list of all the videos connected to your Kaltura account. Videos that came from Zoom will have a Zoom recording ID listed right under the title.  Under each video you will see whether you are the owner (or co-publisher, editor, etc.), the date it was created, and the number of plays.  If you expected to see certain videos and are not seeing them, it may be because your content is listed under a generic account and hasn’t…

  • Returning to campus: strategies to reset and refocus

    LinkedIn Learning provides videos and short courses that may ease the employee transition back to campus this August. “Improving Your Focus” offers multiple strategies for shutting out distractions – including those in your mind – and focusing on what you need to accomplish. If you find yourself running out of hours in the day, you might try this “Time Management Fundamentals” course. We are living in stressful times, and it can be difficult to keep anxiety under control. “Managing Anxiety in the Workplace” has practical information on how to understand and handle your anxiety so you can continue to be productive at work. Activate your account at LinkedIn Learning to…

  • Faculty Jumpstart Series

    On Tuesdays starting August 10th, Research, Instruction, Technology (RIT) will host a series of virtual workshops, culminating with an Open House in the RLITC. Together, these sessions will provide an opportunity to polish your syllabus, fine-tune assignments, and get help with Moodle and other technology. Aug 10 (Zoom, 1:00-2:00pm) View the Recording Assessment Strategies in Moodle (Cheryl Cape, Dave Tatem and Cait Kennedy) Learn how to take full advantage of the advanced assessment functionality in Moodle. Topics will include blind grading, effective use of rubrics and grading guides, best practices for working with draft submissions, and peer review using the Workshop activity Aug 17 (Zoom, 1:00-2:00pm) View the recording Best Practices for…

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    Sign up for Summer Virtual Design Studio: Building your own Website

    Our 4-part July workshop series will teach you to create your own personal website to showcase your projects and skills.   Learn to: focus on what content to feature on your site  structure and present your content for the web in an accessible way   build your site with Wordpress on Trinity’s hosting server Domains of One’s Own  promote your site to a wider audience  By the end of the series, you will have your own portfolio website to showcase your projects and skills.   Research, Instruction, Technology (RIT) staff will host the Zoom workshops on July  20, 22, 27, and 29 from 12:00 – 1:15.  There will also be two optional drop-in “office hours” on August 12 and 26 from 12 – 1:15 for those wanting additional…

  • Expanded language support and easier caption editing with Kaltura

    We have recently upgraded our Kaltura video streaming software to the latest auto-captioning tools. Now, you can take advantage of a simple on-screen editor, which lets you tweak your closed captions on the fly. Kaltura will also generate closed captions for media sources in a wide range of other languages: Arabic, Dutch, Cantonese, French, German, Greek – there are currently 35 to choose from! Closed captioning is an important step in making your media accessible, whether you are using it in a course, presentation, or publishing on a website. Hearing impaired individuals will rely on your captions to understand your content. When you upload your video or audio to Kaltura,…