Tools for Recording Lectures, Presentations, and Other Content

Tags Zoom
There are a number of options for recording materials that you are looking to share with students online, we recommend Zoom. Based on the technology available to you, and your level of comfort with some programs, you may have multiple options that will work for your particular scenario. 

 

Webcam and Computer Screen:

Zoom:

  1. Close all unnecessary applications; open the desired file(s)
  2. Login to hws.zoom.us.  If needed, choose settings > Advanced Settings > In Meeting (Basic) > toggle off "Always show meeting control toolbar"
  3. Start a new meeting and Share the screen 
  4. Select Record and choose Record to the cloud
  5. When finished recording, tap the Square Icon next to 'Recording...'  in the upper right
  6. Select Stop Recording
  7. You can access your recording in the cloud using these instructions

iPad/iPhone Recording:

Zoom:

  1. Open the Zoom app
  2. In the top right corner, select share content, and select the content that you wish to share (we recommend using the whiteboard, or sharing things like PowerPoint using Box)
  3. Under the more icon, select Record to the cloud
  4. When finished recording, tap the Square Icon next to 'Recording...'  in the upper right
  5. Select Stop Recording
  6. You can access your recording in the cloud using these instructions

Captioning and Accessibility:

We recommend using Zoom for auto-captioning your videos.  Documentation from Zoom is available here. You must leave videos that are captioned in Zoom cloud storage to take advantage of the captioning feature. 

Other Options:

If you have needs that are not met by Zoom, or are interested in other options, please request a consultation. 

 

Class meetings may be recorded and made available in a restricted manner to students currently registered for the class; if faculty choose to record a class meeting, they should communicate this to students. Students may not record lectures or classes without permission from the faculty leading the class (and guest speakers, when applicable); students who require recordings to support learning needs should contact the Disability Services Coordinator at the Center for Teaching and Learning for individualized accommodations. When permission is granted, students may keep recordings only for personal use only. Recordings may not be reproduced, shared with those not in the class, or uploaded to other online platforms.  In the event that faculty would like to share recordings beyond the class, they must request consent of students identifiable in the recordings prior to dissemination.

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Article ID: 100947
Created
Thu 3/12/20 12:28 PM
Modified
Thu 8/27/20 12:11 PM