Creating Media

Creating On-Demand Media for Your Classroom with Kaltura and Doceri
Friday, March 6
11:00 AM
Dogwood Room
Track: Technology Skills & Tools

Have you heard about Kaltura but aren't sure why or how you might use it in your course? In this presentation, we will share how we use Kaltura paired with Doceri to create annotated lectures and review videos that are highly used and valued by our chemistry students.





Kimberly Arnold, Lecturer, Department of Chemistry

Kim Arnold is in her second year as lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at IU, expanding on her involvement in the educational mission of the department since 2007, when she began as an adjunct instructor.  Her interest in using technology in the classroom comes from her desire to help students succeed in introductory chemistry courses. This technology provides resources to help students feel empowered and allows them to actively participate in the classroom learning environment.  In addition to her departmental teaching responsibilities, Kim serves as a liaison for the Advanced College Project, collaborating with high school teachers throughout Indiana.



Meghan Porter, Lecturer, Department of Chemistry

Dr. Meghan Porter is in her third year as lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at IU.  She has a Ph.D. from IU in the area of inorganic chemistry, with a background in the development of reactive small molecules as cancer and Alzheimer’s therapeutics.    She is interested in developing methods to help students learn more effectively while in large STEM lecture courses, often using technology to encourage student involvement, regardless of class size.  Dr. Porter was recently awarded the IU Trustees Teaching Award for Non-Tenure Track Faculty.