Monthly Archives - January 2013

NJVID Basic LTI Tool Update – January 19, 2013 at 12:00 A.M(EST)

NJVID gladly announces updates to the existing NJVID Basic LTI tool interface, for your institution’s Learning Management Systems.

The updates will be rolled out on January, 19 at 12:00 A.M (Eastern Standard Time).  Please note that there will be no downtime associated with this update, and users should be able to use the service normally during this time.

In addition to providing a newer interface, the enhanced BLTI tool will now offer users the following additional capabilities:

·         Updated ‘Pick a Video/ Import video’ feature: This feature allows users to easily browse, available clips and favorites videos and upload them easily as lecture content.

·        Search feature: Users can now search for titles among collections for faster and easier upload as well as access to needed content.

·         Browse and select commercial videos licensed by your institution as well as commons and institutional titles, and upload them to your courses.

·       Upload to specific collections: Users can now choose to upload content to specific collections, that they have access to on NJVID.

The links for support documentation on the updated tools for the respective Learning Management Systems are provided below:


Should you have any question or concerns, please feel free to contact us at

NJVID Commons Collection Update – January 13, 2013

The following  videos from NJEDge Conference 2012 Collection was added to the NJVID Commons Videos Collection last week.

  1. NJEDge Update: WOW. What a banner year for NJEDge!
  2. NJEDge.Net/NJVID 2012 WCET Outstanding Work (WOW) Award Presentation
  3. Worldwide Collaboration in the Classroom to Advance Teaching & Learning
  4. Reinventing the Higher Ed Experience Through Technology
  5. Defining the Cloud Value Proposition and a Strategic Plan for your Enterprise
  6. Academic Program Review: Making it Meaningful
  7. The Anatomy of a Hack
  8. Virtual Desktops and VMware View: Ready for traditional computer lab replacement? New Opportunities Abound
  9. A Mobile App with Zero Programming Knowledge and Zero Costs