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Student guide for various online tools they have access to where they can learn Canvas, Echo360, join a meeting in Teams, create graphics, presentations, short videos and more.
View bitesize how-to videos on creating content, managing media, editing your media, different methods of sharing, increasing student learning with polls, monitoring student performance via Analytics, and more.
On this page find a list of all how-to guides when recording in a classroom whether they are scheduled by ITS or you are creating ad-hoc recordings in a classroom. You can find them here.
View or download instructions on how to use an Appliance (Pod) in the classroom for scheduled recordings in room(s) W115 and W226.
View/download instructions on using an Appliance for scheduled class recordings. If you have Live Stream enabled for your classes students will see a Live badge on the classes list page and the view your classes remotely. You can combine student learning experience by using the classroom tools or embed presentations with polls or use both methods.
This article includes a printable list of technology and the equipment types installed in each classroom and specialty places on campus.
Learn what rooms have EchoVideo technology installed, the different capture methods, and the several ways you can upload media and slides to your Library where you can manage, edit, delete (recover) and share your media.
View/download instructions on how to create an Ad-hoc capture in the classroom using an Appliance (Pod/Pro). Download the (PDF) instructions on the right side of the page under the Attachments section.
Camtasia Studio is a screen recording software that allows you to create professional-looking videos of your computer's screen.
The AV Studio is located in Science East 142 and provides staff or faculty a way to create short video demonstrations, utilizing EchoVideo technology. The room features a Lightboard for drawing technical diagrams or use our Microsoft Surface Studio; a multi-touch device that tilts like a drawing pad allowing you to annotate screen content using a stylus.
Universal Capture software allows faculty to record synchronous or asynchronous class lectures on their computer (Windows/Mac), from their office, home, or any location.
View or download the instructions on how to create an Ad-hoc capture in the classroom using Classroom Capture (software installed on the podium computer).