RESOLVED 12:47 PM: All Kaltura functions are now working as expected. If you continue to have problems, please clear your cache and restart your browser and device. If issues persist, reach out to Canvas 24/7 Support.
UPDATE 12:22 PM: The Kaltura engineering team has identified and corrected the core service issue. Accessing videos through the Canvas App and video thumbnails may still be intermittent. Kaltura is continuing to monitor the service.
Starting around 7:41 AM on Monday, January 23rd users may experience issues when loading Kaltura videos. Users’ ability to use all Kaltura services including video playback, recording, upload, and editing appears to be disrupted.
RESOLVED: Between 11:39 AM and 12:05 PM on Monday, October 24th users may have had issues accessing Canvas. The issue has been resolved. Please reach out to Canvas 24/7 support for any additional issues.
On Thursday, May 19th the streaming.uww.edu (VBrick Rev) service was updated to the latest version of the software. This date was chosen to limit disruption to instruction during the spring semester and to be completed prior to the start of the summer term.
In this latest update, the following fixes and enhancements will be included:
Basic Settings and Advanced Settings have now been combined under a new “Details” button to combine video settings into a single area.
On Thursday, May 19th 2022 between 7 AM and 5 PM VBrick Rev (http://streaming.uww.edu) will be unavailable for scheduled maintenance. During this outage, we will be deploying the latest version of VBrick Rev.
Videos hosted on Rev will be unavailable during this outage. Please plan accordingly.
On-demand video lectures are the perfect way to deliver lecture content for web-based courses, or to provide supplementary material for in-person courses. Check out this short video to learn about four different methods that allow you to create on-demand lectures right from your computer.
Learn about how to effectively use Google Drive and Apps for collaboration and file-sharing. This workshop offers an overview of Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Presentations, Forms, Drawing, and Sites. Learn the basics of each program to get you up and running quickly with Google applications as well as some helpful tips and tricks!
Webex Meetings now has an interactive polling feature built right into the meeting so you can easily engage with your participants. In this session, you will learn: how to create, activate, and share content; view results; add collaborators; and more! Access your Slido account from https://slido.com
Suggestions for Effective Online Meetings & Webinars
Do you know how to schedule a Webex Meeting and/or Webinar, but are looking to make them more smooth, efficient, productive, and comfortable? We’ll cover some pre-meeting details that can help as well as and facilitation techniques to help you and your attendees have better virtual meeting experiences. We’ll focus on tips and tricks for Webex Meetings and Webinars to take your baseline skills to the next level.
The goal of this session is to create awareness of the campus-supported communication, collaboration, and work productivity tools that apply to all staff and introduce participants to support resources.
Webex, formerly known as Webex Teams,is ideal for ongoing communication and collaboration among teams, departments and work groups. Interested in learning how to utilize Webex? This session will help you understand the basics of Webex (Teams) including the new Calling features, best practices for use, and how to get others on board with using it.
Microsoft Outlook – Tips and Tricks
“Outlook Email/Calendar Basics (and Tips & Tricks)” – April 27 at 9:30AM Open to both Windows and Mac users, this training will cover strategies to manage email messages, calendar scheduling, and more!
We invite submissions from University of Wisconsin-Whitewater instructors and staff to share their innovations, scholarly teaching results, or information on how they’ve connected to the Wisconsin Idea. Possible themes include, but are not limited, to the following:
Academic technology, connections and challenges
Assessment and program evaluation
Innovative student services and experiences
Online program development
Project-based and community-based learning opportunities
Strategic enrollment and program development
Concurrent presentation sessions will last 45 minutes. You are welcome to structure time to fit your presentation. Remember Q&A! A typical session consists of approximately 35 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions and answers.