Loyola Media is a cloud based web service developed by Kaltura which facilitates the conversion and distribution of various audio and video media formats. Faculty, staff and students may upload media content to the Loyola Media server which automatically converts and optimizes your media for hassle-free distribution on the web. Once uploaded, Loyola Media will provide links and embed code that you can use to share your media with others.
Loyola Media in Sakai
Loyola Media is integrated with Sakai and the tool can be added to any course or project site for academic use. Please review our documentation on Adding Tools to your Sakai site for step-by-step directions on how to add Loyola Media to your course.
Loyola Media Site Library - How to upload videos, images, and audio files to your course site in Sakai through the Loyola Media integration.
Loyola Media for Students - How to upload videos, images, and audio files for your instructor to view in your course site of Sakai through the Loyola Media tool.
Loyola Media Mobile App - How to download the Kaltura MediaSpace app on your mobile device for viewing and uploading Loyola Media content on the go.
Loyola Media in Sakai at the Focus on Teaching and Learning Conference, Spring 2015
Click below to view a recording of the joint conference session covering Loyola Media and Atomic Learning held at FOTL on the Water Tower Campus in Spring, 2015. This session reviews aspects of both platforms and gives a good overview and tutorial on how to utilize Loyola Media in Sakai.
Loyola Media in Sakai FAQ's
The maximum file size that your browser will allow you to upload is 2 GB. Keep in mind that larger uploads will take more time and consume more of your computer's memory during the uploading process.
After uploading the media file, hover your mouse over the file in the Site Library and click on “Details”. Un-check the box marked “Public” and click “Save”.