eL132 How to Screencast and Edit Videos: FALL 2020(Virtual/Zoom)(homework), Online, Wednesday, 14. October 2020
About this Event
eL132 How to Screencast and Edit Videos
WORKSHOP AVAILABLE FOR CLARK COLLEGE EMPLOYEES ONLY:
eL101- Intro to Canvas
Screencasting is recording a computer screen (website, document, content page in Canvas, etc.) to demonstrate doing something, reading something, etc. Some Screencasting software allows you to record either a "talking head" or a screen or both.
Screencasting is commonly used for the following purposes:
- Demonstrate how to navigate a course, website, or software such as a course tour
- Explain how to change settings on a software program
- Present or summarize content such as a mini lecture
- Provide an overview of a "chunk" of course content or assignment
- Provide feedback on an assignment (either faculty or student peer review)
- Virtual field trips or other simulations
- Students demonstrating their learning
This Zoom workshop is designed to teach you how to use Screencast-o-matic to plan, create, edit, and publish a video for one of your courses.
By the completion of this workshop, you should be able to:
- Activate the Screencast-o-matic app/LTI (Learning Tools Interoperability) from the Canvas App Center in your Canvas shell.
- Download and install the Screencast-o-matic recorder.
- Adjust the audio/visual settings for recording and playback on your computer.
- Create a script to use for your video.
- Record your video.
- Edit your video.
- Publish your video.
Please bring a headset/mic to the workshop.
Contact the Instructional Design team at email for more information.
OTHER eLEARNING OFFERINGS AVAILABLE:
- eL105-Canvas Grading
- eL110-Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (contact Kathy Chatfield for information)
- eL121-Introduction to Zoom (presented synchronously online)
- eL130-Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
- eL131-Accessible Canvas Items (including Ally)
- eL132-How to Screencast and Edit Videos
- eL133-How to Caption Your Videos
- eL200-Introduction to Online Teaching
- eL201-Online Teaching and Design strategies (eLearning 201, fully online)
- eL202-Teaching Online with Hybrid Format (eLearning 202, hybrid)
- eL210-Efective Online Discussions (eLearning 210, online format)
- eL221-Effective Use of Instructional Technology
- eL222-Active Delivery: Motivating & Retaining Online Students