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Echo360 Universal Capture allows instructors to easily record lectures remotely on their own laptop, and make them available to their students through Blackboard. The system will capture all audio and video sources including the presenter and anything on the laptop screen.
This article summarizes how to add and caption embedded clips in Panopto.
UIC's Webex Meetings license allows for:
Instructors are able to download their recorded Panopto session video's to their hard drive by following the process in this article.
Google Meet, previously known as Google Hangouts Meet, is part of Google’s G Suite, enabling both one-on-one chats and group chats with up to 100 people at a time. You need to request a UIC G Suite account in order to use Meet.
The use of the Lightboard Studio is free for all UIC faculty and TAs if used for instruction for UIC students.
Instructors and TAs can make a reservation to use the Lightboard Studio located on the second floor of the Daley Library. We require a 48-hour notice for reservations and practice session requests.
There are several ways to have a presentation for students to view online. Depending on the nature of the presentation, you can use different technologies.
Technology Solutions staff will help upload your videos to the Panopto library.
The time you need depends on how many lectures you would like to record.
This article summarizes how to create a graded assignment in VoiceThread.
Your narrated PowerPoint presentation can be exported and turned into an MP4 video, which can then be uploaded to Blackboard.
Here are some points to consider when using Asynchronous Instruction.
Here are a few tips and tricks you should know about to help make your Zoom meeting a success:
The Technology Solutions sponsored tool called Panopto, allows instructors to create an assignment that allows students the ability to upload a video to Blackboard.