Kaltura Education Video Summit

Dates: 
6 December 2012 (All day)

The Kaltura Education Video Summit is just a few weeks away – this virtual conference taking place on December 6 2012, is the most comprehensive conference dedicated to online video in education, learning, and training.  Registration is free, so secure your spot today for great content and speakers, many networking opportunities with your peers around the world, and a chance to see exciting new technologies revolving around video for education and enterprise.

We wanted to take this opportunity to let you know about the inspiring speakers who will deliver content at Kaltura Education Video Summit 2012.

This is your opportunity to listen to experts present on today's hot topics and ask them your questions in real-time, from the comfort of your own office. 
  
Among the speakers at the Summit:
  • Jack Balkin, Director, the Information Society Project, Yale Law School 
  • David Boyll, Director, Digital Media Technology, Oracle
  • John Katzman, Chairman, Noodle Education
  • Nina Kelley-Rumpff , Program Manager, Enterprise Collaboration, SAP
  • Mike Tolomeo, Instructional Media Manager, Cornell University
  • Catherine L. Moran, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer in Sociology, University of New Hampshire
  • Dr. Sharon Flynn, Assistant Director, Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, National University of Ireland Galway
  • Raul Burriel, Streaming Media Coordinator, Oregon State University
  • Jason Neely, PhD candidate and a Graduate Assistant at the University of Florida, College of Education Office of Distance Learning
  • Nicole Croy, e-Learning, Technologist, Regis University
  • Nathan Sanders, Instructional Designer, University of Utah
  • Ryan Osborne, Project Manager, InterCall
  • And many others.

 

Register to attend Kaltura Education Video Summit 2012 and join us online on December 6th to attend the most relevant event on video in education today.  If you have any questions about the Summit, please email us.

 
 

 

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