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Channels for sharing video

There are several options for sharing videos with your audience. Depending on the purpose, you may prefer one channel over the other.

EleUM

EleUM

Probably the first video-sharing channel that comes to mind is EleUM. It is course-bound and only accessible to those registered for the course.

A Mediasite plugin now allows you to store your videos, including the ones recorded on a Mediasite lecture recorder, directly on the Mediasite server. You can then easily embed them in your course environment within EleUM. The exact procedure can be found in the manual.

 

iTunesU

iTunesU

Apples iTunesU is a platform for distributing academic web lectures. You can convert videos made with non-Apple devices to the iTunes format, but the viewer needs an Apple device to watch the videos.

Soon we will add information on how you can inquire after an iTunes-UM-account to offer videos via iTunesU to your students.

 

 

The UM YouTube channel

The UM YouTube channel

UM-youtubeSome faculties have their own Youtube channel.

The UM YouTube channel offers information about studying in Maastricht, with links to (special) lectures, research videos, events and websites. Maybe you can use videos from this channel for your students!

A disadvantage of sharing videos via Youtube is that you don’t have a say in what Youtube suggests to your visitors after clicking on a link leading to this channel. More info about choosing a hosting system which prevents this, is available in the section on creating videos.

A blog on copy right

A blog on copy right

Sharing a video found on the internet with your students (by uploading it to EleUM) means that you need the permission to do so.

Even if you have created a web lecture, you need to take certain rights (e.g. from persons present in the lecture hall and visible on the video) into account. You can find more about this topic on a blog on copyright and educational video-channels (in Dutch).

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Knowledge clips about weblectures and copyright

Knowledge clips about weblectures and copyright

As more and more teachers and institutions are creating and sharing web lectures also SURF (initiator of innovation in higher education and research) they gathered several knowledge clips (in Dutch) about issues related to copy right.

 

 

 
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