NYU Stream, NYU's streaming service, provides NYU students, faculty, and staff with an assortment of media tools that facilitate collaborative communications and content sharing, as well as a repository to store your audio, video, and images files.
NYU Stream is a great way to share media via NYU Brightspace, Stream channels, NYU Wikis, Web Publishing, Google Sites, as well as any other website that you have publishing rights.
Students: Create and share your media clips with your fellow students. You can publish your video clips in your NYU Stream account or through the integration with NYU Brightspace.
Faculty: Build collaborative and dynamic media channels that support asynchronous communications and foster discussions. Organize and manage sophisticated playlists that support your learning goals right inside the Media Gallery for your NYU Brightspace course site(s).
- Watch over 30+ training videos available on the NYU Stream website
- Browse helpful NYU Stream knowledge articles in ServiceLink
- Submit a NYU Stream request via NYU ServiceLink
Powtoon is a user-friendly animation tool that enables faculty, staff, and students to create dynamic presentations and videos. Assembled like a slide deck, Powtoon offers:
- Ready-made templates that are fully customizable
- Intuitive drag-and-drop functionality
- Access to a full suite of animated characters, music, graphics, and fonts
Annoto is a collaboration learning tool, similar to a chat feature, that allows instructors and students to comment and discuss specific moments within a video. Only instructors can add the Annoto feature to videos within their Brightspace course, while students can add the feature to their videos in NYU Stream channels.
Annoto also allows you to add private or public notes and reply to public notes in both NYU Stream-hosted files or a NYU Brightspace course.
Read Video Annotation Annoto for more information.