Student presentations using video:
Karl Flowers, Senior Lecturer, Institute for Creative Leather
Technology assesses his students through presentations and has often
found that it is difficult to schedule face-to-face time slots where all
the required parties can make it. Allowing his students to
independently record their presentations and submit them through NILE’s
video streaming tool, Kaltura, overcomes scheduling issues, enables more
use of technology for the students and enables sharing good practice
between year groups.
View the full case study here (PDF, 419KB)
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