Frequently Asked Questions
The YSJ MEDIALibrary is a space for creating and sharing video content between students and staff at YSJ. It allows academics and students to upload audio and video files and easily interact, engage and communicate with streaming content that works within Moodle, or portfolio pages in Mahara.
Please see our guide on uploading content to MEDIALibrary. You can also record content directly in MEDIALibrary and save it to the category of your choice. For more information on recording content in MEDIALibrary, please see our guide here.
You choose which category to store videos in. Every user has a personal category which is private. You can also choose to store videos in your School category but this is available to all students and the public. You may also request for a specific category to be set up for a limited group of students or staff. Please contact the TEL team if you would be interested in this.
The YSJ MEDIALibrary allows academics and students to upload audio and video files and easily interact, engage and communicate with streaming content that works within Moodle, or portfolio pages in Mahara.
Our MEDIALibrary now has an exciting new feature called MEDIALecture that gives you the ability to record your screen, audio and webcam and instantly upload your recordings directly to the MEDIALibrary. Once your media content is uploaded, it can be easily embedded into other systems, for example in module pages in Moodle, or portfolio pages in Mahara.
You can install MEDIALecture onto your desktop computer and other teaching spaces.
- Uploading Media to the MEDIALibrary
- Recording Media using MEDIALecture
- Recording Media using MEDIALecture (Screencast)
- Quick guide to creating a Video submission portal in Moodle
- How to create a Video submission portal in Moodle (1 minute video guide)
- How can I embed videos from MEDIALibrary to Moodle
Recording Media using MEDIALecture
How can you use the Media Library
- - Giving video introductions to your lectures or seminars
- - Creating video summaries of your lectures key messages
- - Giving instructional demonstrations on how to perform particular tasks
- - Recording performances or practical exercises for peer review
- - Sharing evidence of good practice within your Programme, School, or with the entire University
- - A space for students to upload their own content for showcasing or peer feedback
- - Recording lectures
- - Using your mobile or tablet device to record video and upload straight to the MEDIALibrary
- - Using the Video submissions portal in Moodle to allow students to upload their assessment directly via Moodle
- - Using MEDIALibray directly within Moodle