Creating Mini-Lessons with Video

One of the most effective ways to share information with an audience is with short, subject-specific, video content. Shorter videos are more likely to be watched start-to-finish, and provide users with the ability to fit in video learning or information in small, manageable bites, rather than requiring larger blocks of time.  Mini-lessons should be shorter […]

June 2017 Scholarship Winner – Chrisitan Parham

Location, Price, and Major: Three College Factors Important to Me by Christian Parham Searching for a college is never easy. There are so many factions to consider, and after contemplating I have decided that location, price, and their programs available for my major are the most important to me. Location is extremely important to me […]

Increasing Employee Engagement with Video

Engaged employees are effective employees. Companies that maintain employee engagement will increase satisfaction, productivity, and retention. In many workplaces, email and print may be overlooked in crowded inboxes, and receive relatively little attention. Video offers an ideal tool to increase employee engagement, and can be especially useful for corporate-wide initiatives, like rebranding or shifts in […]

June 2017 Scholarship Essays

The Perfect Fit by Dan Walsh College takes the life of a student in a whole new direction for four years. Being anywhere for that long of a time means they’ll want to make sure it’s just right for them. I myself value the size of the student body, the majors offered by the college, […]

Creating an Accessible Higher-Ed Video Library that Exceeds Section 508 Requirements

To meet the needs of a diverse audience, video content needs to be accessible to users with a variety of different needs and abilities. With regard to video content, accessibility issues are predominantly focused on visual and auditory supports. Captioning and description technologies can make video learning more available for students with visual or hearing […]

Planning and Preparing a Flipped Course

Flipped courses are increasingly popular in colleges and universities. These courses take the traditional classroom structure and turn it upside-down. Course lectures become homework, and projects, discussion, and hands-on activities are relegated to the classroom. Planning a Flipped Class For instructors, planning and preparation for a flipped class can be time-consuming, and may take more […]

Meet YuJa at UBTech 2017 and Learn about the YuJa Enterprise Video Platform

SAN JOSE, Calif., May 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Meet the YuJa team at the upcoming UBTech 2017 conference in Orlando, FL at Booth #215. We will be exhibiting between June 12 – 13, 2017. YuJa Corporation will showcase the full YuJa Enterprise Video Platform including the latest in digital asset management, scalable video management, video transcoding, […]

Increasing Accessibility with Audio Descriptions

Audio descriptions are an additional audio track that describes what is on the screen, designed to meet the needs of visually impaired users. To better understand audio descriptions, you might find it helpful to know that they’re sometimes called descriptive video. Audio description tracks fill in information that may be missing in the standard audio […]

Nevada State College Extends and Signs Three-year Agreement with YuJa

SAN JOSE, Calif., May 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — YuJa Corporation formally announces a partnership with Nevada State College. This partnership began in 2015 and extends, with this agreement, into 2020 to provide campus-wide video learning tools with the cloud-hosted YuJa Enterprise Video Platform. In support of Nevada State College’s mission of the advancement of diversity […]

April 2017 Scholarship Winner – Karlee Greer

Which academic subject did you learn the most from in high school? How has it shaped your education? by Karlee The class that I learned the most from in high school was without a doubt ASL. I learned a new language and a different grammar system, that I can use to effectively communicate with deaf […]