Using Kaltura videos to deliver your course lectures and other video content is a great way to communicate key concepts and course objectives to your students. Using chapters and slides in these videos makes them even more helpful for students.
Chapters function like headings or bookmarks; they allow your students to easily locate and jump to specific parts of your videos. The biggest advantage of using chapters is that it makes it easier for your students to use videos to review important course content and zero in on important concepts that they may find difficult. Adding a clear structure to your course videos can help facilitate a clear understanding of the materials and concepts covered in those videos.
Slides in a Kaltura video allow your students to view both the video content and PowerPoint slides at the same time. This offers them a more holistic learning experience by presenting two sources of information together in context. This could be compared to attending a lecture in person with the PowerPoint slides projected on a screen - the attendee is able to see and hear the lecturer and view the PowerPoint slides at the same time. Using slides in your Kaltura video is the virtual, asynchronous equivalent of this experience.
Whether you use chapters and slides separately or in combination, these features can make your Kaltura videos more informative and engaging for your learners.
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