The final report for the project MediaMosa Cutter can be downloaded here. The document also contains a manual for the installation and configuration of the modules needed for this tool.
We plan to do some more testing on a MediaMosa server provided by SURFnet later this week.
In addition to the development of the MediaMosa connector in the Chamilo 2.0 learning platform ROC Westerschelde in Terneuzen and VUB in Brussels have made arrangements to further development of user functionality of the Chamilo 2.0 platform.
In a cooperation with various parties ROC Westerschelde in Terneuzen have realised the targets set for this project financially supported by Kennisnet and Surfnet. We developed a connector for the opensource e-learning and collaboration platform Chamilo 2.0. This development improves the possibilities for students and teachers to use video in learning activities .
The source code for the Virtual Cutter project is available on GitHub:
Contains the modules virtualcutter, weblectures_mm and weblectures_ui.
The MediaMosa BasciLTI tool provider source code is published on https://github.com/mediamosa/MediaMosa-BasicLTI.
In the past period we did some enduser testing. Some teachers tried the tool we developed which produced relevant feedback.
Uploading and reviewing 1700 video's is a hudge proces. To make this work more easy, a new digital workflow is added to the LvoorL-portal. Reviewers get a automated mail, when a video is ready to review.
This week there will be a new option in the LvoorL-portal. Students can not only upload video's but also add a YouTube (or Vimeo) URL. Embedding is not jet possible.