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Instructional Technology Blog

Welcome to the Instructional Technology Blog Portal. Here you will find the 5 most recent posts about supported software and instructional technologies like Drexel Learn, Collaborate and Camtasia, just to name a few. To view the full details of a post, click on the link provided. All posts are located on the blog, which is hosted in our SharePoint site. The site can be accessed anonymously, but you can log in with your Drexel credentials to post comments and receive e-mail notifications.

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How to Share Videos for Editing

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Kaltura is a great tool for sharing videos with others, however it is not meant to be a repository or way to share the raw video file. Large videos should be shared using Drexel OneDrive as this method provides the best video quality as well as the most flexibility when sharing with others.

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TechSmith Relay Updated

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Drexel University IT updated the university's TechSmith Relay server to version 5.1.2 on the morning of March 22nd, 2017. This update includes numerous bug fixes and enhancements

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Kaltura Screen Recorder Disabled

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

As of March 21st, 2017, the Screen Recorder tool in Kaltura/Drexel Streams has been disabled. If you've previously used the Kaltura Screen Recorder to create lectures, tutorials, etc., we recommend that you try TechSmith Relay.

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TechSmith Relay: Checking Recording Status

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

TechSmith Relay is usually pretty quick about processing your recordings and publishing them to Drexel Streams. In most cases, you should get the publishing notification within an hour or so of finishing your recording.

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Benefits of Allowing Students to See Their Own Data

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Since January of 2015, instructors have been able to show students data about their activity within courses in Drexel Learn and how they compare to their peers. In Fall 2016, this tool was made available in more sections than in any previous term.

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