Davidson-Davie Community College to deploy YuJa Enterprise Video Platform

Ed-tech solutions provider YuJa said that the Davidson-Davie Community College, which is part of the North Carolina Community College System, has chosen the YuJa Enterprise Video Platform for serving its multi-campus institution.

YuJa will replace VidGrid, which is the former video platform of the public community college, which is phasing out its education solution.

According to the ed-tech solutions provider, Davidson-Davie Community College was looking at an opportunity to create media and video hosting, storage and distribution system that could have similar capabilities to the previous vendor. However, the institution wanted the replacement solution to include more advanced features for its online and synchronous learning environment and provide constant technological advancement.

Alongside traditional instances like the recording of lectures and their editing, institutions will benefit from auto-captioning, the capability for editing captions, in-video commenting, editing videos, embedding video quizzes, and the capability to share media internally as well as externally.

The YuJa Video Platform integrates with Moodle, which is the learning management system of Davidson-Davie Community College.

Apart from the YuJa Video Platform, Davidson-Davie Community College chose to utilize the YuJa Zoom Connector to transfer Zoom meetings into the secure cloud-hosted YuJa Media Library and make them accessible on any device.

Nathan Arora — YuJa Chief Business Officer said: “The North Carolina Community College System is a tight-knit community. We work with a number of institutions in the system, and we’re pleased they trust YuJa’s products to help create a learning environment that meets the needs of instructors and students alike.

“We’re excited for Davidson-Davie to see what it can do with the Video Platform and the features it offers.”

Recently, YuJa announced that Colorado State University Pueblo will deploy its YuJa Panorama digital accessibility platform across the latter’s campus.

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