Texas State University picks YuJa
Texas State University has selected the YuJa Enterprise Video Platform to replace its existing products for lecture capture and media management. YuJa was chosen for its robust feature set that enables recording, editing, captioning, streaming, and storage.
YuJa also integrates with Texas State University’s learning management system, Canvas, providing features such as in-video quizzes, video assignments, video embedding, analytics and more.
YuJa’s integration specialists will help migrate existing media content into the Video Platform, as well as redirect links, and work to retain video content embedded in the LMS.
Texas State University is a public, student-centered, Emerging Research University located halfway between the Austin and San Antonio metropolitan areas. It ranks as the largest public university in the Texas State University System and one of the 50 largest in the country. Texas State's more than 38,000 students can choose from 96 bachelor's, 87 master's, and 12 doctoral degree programs offered through nine colleges.
"We are excited to bring YuJa and its robust feature set to the Texas State community. YuJa offers a variety of enhanced features, including unlimited video storage, built-in video editing tools, variable playback speeds, auto-transcription, and more," the college said in its blog and on its IT services page.
YuJa has a strong presence in Texas, including at Dallas College, University of Texas at El Paso, University of St. Thomas, Lamar University, McLennan Community College, San Jacinto College, Texas Wesleyan University, Clarendon College, and others.
"Texas State University will benefit from custom workflows that streamline instruction and will make for a seamless transition," said Nathan Arora, chief business officer at YuJa, Inc. "We’re excited to get the platform deployed so instructors and faculty can continue their work, whether it’s teaching or research, without disruption."
For more information, go to www.yuja.com.