Outcome: After a six-month open pilot with 24 participants, feedback indicated there was insufficient interest to pursue the scenario-based learning capability further at this point.

Volunteers are needed to evaluate Kaltura’s new RAPT capability, which can be used to deliver scenario-based learning. Using RAPT you can build choice-based branching videos where different content plays according to the student’s choices, driving deeper engagement, greater learning, and accelerated behavior change. UQ currently has a 6 month trial to test out Kaltura RAPT and will evaluate the tool at the end of this trial based on feedback.

Follow the steps below to get started:

  1. Email elearningtraining@uq.edu.au to request access (you will be provided with a User ID and password).
  2. Go to https://uq.mediaspace.kaltura.com.
  3. In the upper-right corner, select Guest > Login and login with the User ID and password provided to you. 
  4. In the upper-right corner, select Add New > Interactive Video.
  5. Create your project by following the short interactive tutorial video.
  6. Send your feedback to elearningtraining@uq.edu.au on whether this capability would be useful.