Media@UCSF: My Media vs. Media Gallery and View Analytics

The Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE) comes packed with new features and improvements to enhance the teaching and learning experience. Among these updates are enhancements to the media management and analytics features, notably the introduction of My Kaltura Media and Media Gallery, along with improved View Analytics options. In this article, we'll delve into the differences between My Media and Media Gallery and explore the revamped View Analytics in the CLE.

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My Kaltura Media Media Gallery Video Quiz Reporting and Analytics

My Media: Your Personal Media Hub

My Kaltura Media is an individualized space for both instructors and students to manage their multimedia content within the CLE. It serves as a repository for uploading, organizing, and accessing various media files such as videos, audio recordings, and images. This feature is particularly useful for users who want to maintain a dedicated collection of media assets related to their courses or personal learning journeys.

Key features of My Kaltura Media include:

  • Centralized Storage: Users can upload their media files directly to My Kaltura Media, eliminating the need to store files on external platforms.
  • Organization: The feature offers tools to categorize and tag media files, making it easy to locate specific content quickly.
  • Integration: Instructors can seamlessly embed media from My Kaltura Media into their courses, enriching the learning experience with multimedia content.

To access the My Kaltura Media and view analytics for each individual video in My Kaltura Media, you should do the following:

  1. Navigate to your CLE course and select My Kaltura Media from the User drop-down menu.
  2. Click on the Analytics bar graph next to the desired video to access the analytics page.

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