Panopto Video

    Panopto replaces Kaltura, which will be phased out of Canvas. Panopto is an easy-to-use, software-based event capture system, which can be for audio/video/screen capture, streaming, and sharing. Panopto is a fully operational service featuring a direct integration with Canvas, along with mobile apps for users. Panopto simplifies the complex task of recording content[…]

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Coming Soon – A New Video and Lecture Capture Tool at UNTHSC

In the next 6 months, we will be launching a new lecture capture tool called Panopto that enables us to easily record lectures and make them available on-demand to our students. Panopto can also be used to live stream distance education courses, to record flipped classroom videos, and to record student assignments. Panopto will be[…]

Web conferencing: Big Blue Button and Google Hangouts

Web conferencing: Big Blue Button and Google Hangouts Tuesday Oct 18th, 10-12, LIB 400  and Thursday Nov 17th, 10-12: LIB 225 Learn web videoconferencing tools for inside your Canvas course and everywhere else. This session will cover: How to use Big Blue Button for Canvas based videoconferencing How to use Google Hangouts for videoconferencing everywhere[…]

PowerPoint for Video – Desktop Media Production

Using the Widows version of Powerpoint, here is a demonstration of PowerPoint’s abilities to narrate, display video content, and export to video: Click here to access the Google Drive folder where you can download and test the PowerPoint file (and other elements) this video was made from. Click here to view and download: PowerPoint effects[…]

Desktop Media Production Hands On Labs

UNTHSC’s Center for Innovative Learning is developing a training resource entitled Desktop Media Production. Learn how to employ the tools you already have to create rich media content for your course or department. Desktop Media Production will also be accompanied by a monthly workshop series, Topics in Video. Tuesday May 3rd 10-12 and Thursday May[…]

How to use Panopto in Canvas

Within your Canvas course, you can embed a video into a Canvas page (this is in addition to the Panopto link to the Canvas navigation menu). Note, however, that if you plan to use course content in future quarters, you must copy and move Panopto recordings to the new instance of your Canvas course. If[…]