In this section you will find an overview of the different educational tools available to you. We will discuss three video tools (Microsoft Teams, Kaltura Live Room, and Microsoft Teams Live Events), Brightspace, and Kaltura Capture. Before you start experimenting with these tools, it’s wise to first evaluate your teaching program. You’re not stuck with just recording or digitising your lectures, because remote teaching offers a much wider range of possibilities. Curious? Take a look at the section Formats & activities.

Also keep in mind that you can spice up your lectures with interactive tools like FeedbackFruits for (peer)feedback, assignments and discussions or Presenterswall for in-lecture voting, taking a poll and giving feedback. Want to use Presenterswall? You can login here with your ULCN-account. For more information, please read the manual.


Follow the steps in this manual to get access to Kaltura Live Room. If this does not work, it might be that you don’t have access yet. Please contact the ISSC Helpdesk to request an account.

You can only find students who have logged in once before via Once they have logged in, you will be able to find them. You can also decide to share the link to the Live Room instead of inviting them. The students can then join the Live Room themselves.

It is possible to invite externals to your Live Room. You can do this by sending them the "direct invite link". In the Live Room, you can find it under "invite". It also gives you the possibility to protect it with a password. This is something that should be done as it allows you to control who can access your Live Room.

Even if you have not been granted rights to create a new Live Room, you might need the right to mute/un-mute attendees, look over the chat and answer questions, or host your own section during a lecture. In this case, the teacher can give you access to the Live Room by following the steps in this manual.

Yes, you can record a session. If you choose to record your Kaltura Live Room, read this Privacy Guidance Note first. At the start of your class, it is important that your students know their rights, like turning their webcam on or off.

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