Example YuJa Video Editor Screen

Getting Started with the YuJa Video Platform

Because Techsmith Knowmia will be sunset, MATC has purchased a site license to the YuJa Video Platform to provide faculty and students a tool for recording and sharing videos. YuJa provides web-based tools for screen-recording, automated speech-to-text closed-captioning, quizzing, and more. Videos in YuJa can be integrated with courses in Blackboard or shared through links. […]

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Knowmia and YuJa Icons

Preparation for Migration to the YuJa Video Platform

In preparation for our college’s migration from TechSmith Knowmia to the new YuJa Video Platform by the end of July 2021, we ask that faculty and students stop creating new video content on TechSmith Knowmia by Friday, July 16th. You may continue to use videos already present in Techsmith Knowmia to facilitate instruction in summer courses, […]

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Getting Started with TechSmith Knowmia

MATC has purchased a site license to TechSmith Knowmia to provide faculty and students a tool for recording and sharing videos. Knowmia provides tools for screen-recording, speech-to-text closed-captioning, quizzing, and more. Videos in Knowmia can be integrated with courses in Blackboard or shared by links. To get started with this great resource for remote learning, […]

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TechSmith Knowmia – Available to Faculty Now for Video Capture, Curation, and More

MATC has purchased a site license to TechSmith Knowmia to provide faculty a new resource for recording and curating instructional videos. Knowmia provides easy to use tools for screen-recording, speech-to-text closed-captioning, quizzing, and more. Videos in Knowmia can be integrated with courses in Blackboard.  To learn how to get started with the product, see our Knowmia […]

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Free Images for Instructional Content – Open Content by the Smithsonian Institution

If you are looking for educational images to incorporate into slide presentations or learning plans, the Smithsonian Institution has removed its copyright restrictions from its digital collections! To learn more, see this Campus Technology article by Dian Schaffhauser.

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