YuJa Formally Announces Partnership With State Fair Community College to Provide Campus-Wide Video CMS and Lecture Capture Capabilities
SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–YuJa Inc., a leader in enterprise media solutions, formally announces a licensing agreement with State Fair Community College to provide the college campus with lecture capture, video CMS, and live streaming capabilities. As a public community college located in Sedalia, Missouri, State Fair Community College is part of the Junior College District of Sedalia and offers one of the high-rated nursing programs in the state of Missouri.
The multi-year contract was awarded following a formal Request for Proposal (RFP) process detailing the community college’s specific service requirements for a video content management system (CMS) that integrates into their existing Canvas Learning Management System (LMS). The proposed solution provides software-based tools for instructors and students to create ad-hoc recordings for flipped classrooms and student-generated content. YuJa’s video content management system also provides the community college with a private media destination for users to access media for review and editing prior to publishing.
“YuJa’s content management system enables students and instructors to store all of their institution’s digital assets in one secure location,” said Dr. Ajit Singh, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of YuJa Inc. “The YuJa Enterprise Video Platform offers institutions such as State Fair Community College with the solution needed to easily search for specific video content and view them on any device.”
About State Fair Community College
State Fair Community College is a public community college in Sedalia, Missouri, adjacent to the Missouri State Fairgrounds. In addition to the Sedalia campus, there are extended campus locations in Boonville, Lake of the Ozarks, Clinton, Warsaw, and Whiteman AFB. The school enrolled 4,284 students in 2019. The college offers a high quality, affordable education to almost 5,000 traditional college-age students and adult learners and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.