Tag: Screencast

It’s Fall 2019!

Ready or not, the Fall semester is upon us. That means it’s time to put the finishing touches on your syllabus, get your Canvas course up and running, make sure all your slideshows are finished, and so much more. In

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Camtasia and You

Are you teaching in a “flipped classroom”?  Do you want to easily add a voice over to your PowerPoint slideshow?  Do you have VHS or DVD videos that you wish you could upload into Canvas for future use?   

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Zoom Deeper Dive

Zoom is an easy-to-use (and FREE) video conferencing tool available for you AND your students. Zoom is not the university’s official video conferencing tool. However, work is ongoing that may change that in the coming months. If you’d like to learn

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BigBlueButton Deeper Dive

  Take a deeper dive into BigBlueButton and learn about how you can get started using this in your Canvas course right away. Create a New Conference with BigBlueButton Invite Students to Join Your Conference Record Your Conference Share Your

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Zoom VS BigBlueButton

Which One Should You Use? Zoom and BigBlueButton are both “video conferencing” tools, and they have a lot in common. But, they also have some important differences. And deciding which one you should use will depend in large part on

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Getting Started with Zoom & BigBlueButton

  Do you ever have guest lecturers who can’t make it to campus, or want to conduct online interviews or “virtual office hours”? Do you need to record a lecture or short video that you can share with students later

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Getting Started with Adobe Connect

Adobe Connect is one of the remote conferencing tools available for use by UT faculty and staff. It does not directly integrate with Canvas, but you can use it to conduct virtual lectures, conference calls, virtual offices hours, and more.

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Screencasting – Beyond the Basics

So you’ve been creating short screencast videos using Screencast-O-Matic or some other free option and now you’re ready to take your videos to the next level. Or maybe you’re just tired of being limited to 15 minutes and so few

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Screencasting Basics

One of the easiest ways you can create student-centered, engaging materials for your in-person, hybrid, or online courses is with screencasts. Wikipedia defines “screencast” as a digital recording of a computer screen, often containing audio narration. But you might be thinking

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