Lecture Capture/Video Creation Tools
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Description: MediaSite is a complete video creation and hosting solution that integrates seamlessly into Tri-C's Blackboard Learn environment. Videos can be created, edited, stored and shared. MediaSite is integrated into Blackboard for ease of student access.
For information and training dates: Online Learning and Academic Technology (OLAT) Mediasite
Accessibility Statement Link: Mediasite 7.2 Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates
Description: Playposit (formerly Educannon) is a wonderful tool to use to create video quizzes and interactivity within a video. It allows you to add a wide variety of question types to your videos. Each of these questions will be time-linked to a specific moment in the video so students will stay engaged as the video progresses. You can ‘add tables, images, audio clips, links, and even embed code.
Why should faculty use it? Do you have a YouTube or other video you want your students to watch, but maybe have them pause along the way to reflect or answer questions or predict? Place the video into PlayPosit and you can add this interactivity plus see if the students are actually watching by looking at the collected analytics for each student.
Video Introduction: Introducing the new and improved PlayPosit builder by Swaroop Raju published on Nov 16, 2016
How faculty access software - Create an account at Playposit using your Tri-C email address to get an upgraded account. This will allow you to link Playposit videos directly into BlackboardUser Guide:
Accessibility Statement Link: Accessibility
Note - Be sure your video has Closed Captioning.
Description: Screencast-O-Matic is a free online easy way to record your screen.
Why should faculty use it?
- Features of the free version are: 15-minute recordings, screen and webcam recording, option to publish video on the YouTube
- It is web-based so recordings can be made on any computer with internet access
- Easy upload to YouTube or other servers
- Can record part or the whole of your screen
Video Introduction: Edshelf Screencast-O-Matic
How faculty access software: Screencast-O-Matic
User Guide: Screencast-O-matic Tri-C User Guide
Accessibility Statement Link: 4 Ways to Create Accessible Video Captions on Screencast-O-Matic
Description: Record your computer screen (image or video), edit and then share with your students.
Why should faculty use it?
- To take screenshots and make videos.
- Edit or annotate the image/video
- Easy sharing.
Video Introduction: Snagit 13: Intro to Video
How faculty access software: Snag-it 13 is available on all college desktop computers through the Software Center in the Tri-C Resources section on the desktop.
User Guide: Video Tutorials
Accessibility Statement Link: If students are required to use this software in a course an accessibility statement is required to be added to the course’s student resources.
Description: Vibby allows you to highlight and show only parts of a YouTube video you want students to see. It also lets you add notes and comments on selected portions, making the video even more engaging.
Why should faculty use it? Save time in class by showing only the snippets of a video you want to share or link those sections in your Blackboard Course site.
Video Introduction: A quick guide to using Vibby by James Kieft published on Dec 12, 2016
How faculty access software: Vibby, it is free but creating an account is required
User Guide: See the Video
Accessibility: Make sure all videos have closed captioning.
Description: Watch YouTube videos without comments, advertisements, related videos following your video, or any other distractions.
Why should faculty use it? Faculty can show videos to students or have them watch on their own without worrying about inappropriate images popping up before, during, or after the viewing.
Video Introduction: View Pure by rcstechminute published on Apr 17, 2015
How faculty access software - Free online at Viewpure
User Guide: Frequently Asked Questions
Accessibility Statement Link: ViewPure does not have an accessibility statement, but be sure to only include videos with closed captioning to meet accessibility requirements.