Everything you need to know about screencasting
Sometimes it’s just easier to show than tell. Using Panopto, faculty can capture and narrate anything they see on their computers, and then publish an online screencast movie tutorial or mini-lecture for students to watch and replay on their own time. Adopted at UMBC in 2018, Panopto provides multiple recording and editing options for the video and audio output and cloud-based video storage for new and pre-existing media content. It is available for both Original and Ultra courses.
This hands-on Panopto Essentials workshop will focus on an introduction to screencasting. Participants should have access to a computer that meets minimum system requirements and have either the Panopto recorder pre-installed.
Prior to the session
This webinar will place in a Blackboard Collaborate virtual conference room. Use this link to enter the webinar up to 15 minutes before the start time: http://tiny.cc/SP2021
- For the best viewing experience, we recommend using Chrome or Firefox, preferably the most recent updates to those browsers. Closing any unnecessary browser tabs will help conserve your bandwidth.
- If this is your first time joining one of our webinars, please review the Bb Getting Started Guide or our Quick Start Guide for All Users. You will also find additional helpful information for using Blackboard Collaborate at our extensive FAQs.
- After joining the session, please configure your audio. Having trouble accessing Collaborate? Please see our Troubleshooting Audio Problems or Networking Issues for Collaborate guides.
NOTE: Technology tools may be discussed or demonstrated as supporting resources when planning or developing an online course. However, specific training for these tools is provided in separate instructional technology events. Please check our calendar for more details.