Indiana State University Partners With YuJa Enterprise Video to Provide Campus-Wide Video Learning Tools
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — YuJa Enterprise Video has announced a partnership with Indiana State University to provide faculty and staff with lecture capture, video management and in-depth analytics to maximize student engagement. These tools enable the delivery of a full-featured, digital teaching and learning environment within their Blackboard Learning Management System.
Using YuJa, faculty at Indiana State University are able to integrate digital technology into current classes, create online courses, and implement flipped classroom structures. Integration of digital technology in the classroom maximizes student learning and educational outcomes. The YuJa Enterprise Video Platform provide cloud-based storage, increased accessibility for video content, and an effective organizational system for varied media.
“We are pleased to partner with Indiana State University and provide video learning tools to enhance the delivery of in-classroom and online pedagogies. Video tools immerse students into deeper learning experiences and can create more engaging and personalized learning journeys,” said Dr. Ajit Singh, President with YuJa.
Using YuJa, students can review course material outside of class, watch lectures, ask questions, and engage with classmates and instructors. More in-depth course engagement maximizes student interest and understanding. Mobile access better facilitates learning for students both on and off campus.
About Indiana State University
Located in Terre Haute, Indiana, Indiana State University was originally founded as Indiana State Normal School in 1865. According to the Mission of Indiana State University, “Indiana State is dedicated to teaching and the creation of knowledge while maintaining its longstanding commitment to inclusiveness, community and public service, and access to higher education.” Indiana State serves nearly 14,000 students across 100 majors, 60+ online programs and boasts a 19:1 student-to-faculty ratio.