University students benefit from having 24/7 access to course information in a variety of formats. Many faculty can take advantage of the mobile devices and other technologies that students have at their fingertips by creating instructional audio and video recordings. These guidelines are important considerations for your recording.
Integrating audio and video hardware into your computer can be a challenging task. If you are using a laptop, you likely have a web cam and microphone already integrated into your computer (though if you experience difficulty with your laptop’s built-in web cam, you may wish to consult with the . . . Read more
Videos you produce for your classes should be captioned for those with hearing impairments or other disabilities, according to Sections 504 and 508of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. This post outlines considerations before creating captions for a video and evaluates several software options and workflows for captioning. The end result will be a video hosted on Panopto that has a full set of properly-synced captions.
Overview The recording above is from a workshop on Panopto conducted by the Educational Technology Center. We discuss several different features, including using the Focus Recorder, Adding Panopto content to Blackboard, and managing My Pitt Video settings. The video is 95 minutes long. Resources Below are some of the resources . . . Read more