You can use Kaltura integrations to present rich media content in your courses. You can use Kaltura to host and share videos, images, and audio files with course members.

It doesn't matter if you teach in the Original or Ultra Course View, or if you use both. You'll always have access to your Kaltura media account.

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About Kaltura

Kaltura My Media

Kaltura My Media is your personal storage repository. You can add, organize, and remove video, audio, and image files while preparing the content for students. When you're ready, you can then add the content to the course so all students and other course members have access.

Kaltura Media Gallery

Kaltura Media Gallery is your course's shared media repository. You can use the Media Gallery to host multiple videos for students to view and use to learn. You can also add videos from the Media Gallery directly to the Course Content page so students don't have to search for relevant content.

Kaltura Video Quiz

Kaltura Video Quiz is a video that as the viewer questions as they watch. The video continues playing after the viewer answers the question.

Add Kaltura content to your course

Kaltura integration is currently available with limited functionality. Stay tuned for more updates as we expand our integration capabilities with Kaltura.

Books & Tools

On the Course Content page, select Books & Tools under Details & Actions to view the publisher content that you've already used in your course and tools you might be interested in.

The list of suggested tools contains the authorized tools for your institution, such as Kaltura. Select the plus sign on the tool card to use the tool in your course. A link to the Kaltura library appears on the Course Content page.

If the tool doesn't have a plus sign on its card, you can open the Kaltura library and interact with content.

Content Market

The Content Market is your gateway to access valuable learning materials from content providers. You can also access tools and links that your administrator has made available across your institution.

  1. On the Course Content page, select the plus sign wherever you want to add content. You can also expand or create a folder and add content.
  2. Select Content Market.
  3. Locate the Kaltura library you want to add and select the plus sign. The Kaltura library is added to your course.

If the tool doesn't have a plus sign on its card, you can open the Kaltura library and interact with content.

In the editor

You can also add Kaltura content directly to the editor in your course's assignments, tests, and documents.

  1. In the editor, select Insert Content > Insert/Edit LTI Item.
  2. Select the Kaltura library where your file is located.
  3. Next to the file, choose Select to add it to the editor.
  4. Edit the display name and select Insert.