Tag: recording

Feb 02

#TechTipThursday: Assess Student Learning in Panopto

Panopto is Longwood University’s screen capturing solution and replaced Echo 360 in June 2016. Serving a multitude of functions, instructors are able to use this tool to record lectures for viewing by their students at a later time. Panopto’s direct integration with Canvas facilitates and simplifies an instructor’s ability to record a face-to-face class or …

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Sep 29

#TechTipThursday: Speechnotes

Speechnotes is a free online notepad that allows you to record your thoughts by speaking them into your computer’s microphone in addition to typing. This is intended to be a tool that allows you to dictate your speeches or papers to your computer so you can ensure that they will have the same natural flow that …

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Sep 08

#TechTipThursday: Recording & sharing a voice track with GarageBand

GarageBand is software exclusive to Mac OS X and iOS that allows user to create music and podcasts. This post will provide a quick overview of how to record your voice and share the voice track with others. After opening GarageBand, you will be welcomed by a window that will prompt you to choose what kind of …

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Nov 19

#TechTipThursday: Basics of Audacity

Audacity is a free open source software that enables users to record live audio, playback, or convert recorded audio into CDs, fulfilling a variety of needs both recreational and pedagogical. Consider adding a voice recording to supplement a visual presentation on Canvas: this could be a viable option whenever unforeseen situations arise that require an instructor’s attention …

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Oct 15

#TechTipThursday: Recording from your iPhone/iPad

Having the ability to record the screen of your iOS device, with or without audio, is helpful as technology becomes increasingly integrated with the teaching and learning experience. Consider a situation in which a professor wants students to navigate a specific application outside of class to complete an assignment and/or students are required to submit confirmation …

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