Note: You may need to close caption a video if a student needs that accommodation. The department is responsible for the cost.
Kaltura is a cloud-based media capture, storage and hosting application. This application is integrated with Husky CT, the University’s learning management system, and provides instructors with the capability to integrate videos into their courses as well as add a quiz to the video. In addition, students can create and upload videos for homework assignments.
The lightboard is one of our lecture recording tools in a recording studio that allows instructors to face the camera while also writing on a transparent surface. By using glass instead of a whiteboard or Smartboard the instructor can interact with the content in new ways. It engages and captures students’ attention with eye contact and gestures. It’s ideal for STEM fields but appropriate for any discipline.
CETL has two recording rooms available, Rowe 303 and Lightboard Rowe 425. Click here to see the rooms and to reserve them.
Faculty can record immersive videos using equipment from CETL. We have a single and multiple camera setups that can capture your surroundings in 360°. Make an appointment to borrow the equipment click here. To see an example of it check out a video from Marine Sciences on our YouTube Channel (you must use Chrome or Firefox to see the video properly).
Mediasite is a tool that for creating and capturing lecture content. Instructors can use this tool to record or stream audio, videos, slideshows, or combinations of these by using Mediasite ready rooms around campus or by installing Mediasite Desktop Recorder on their personal device. Mediasite also remains available for these capabilities but has been scheduled to be phased out by the end of the spring 2018 semester.
You can request to borrow a camera, tripod, microphone (lavalier), or Microsoft Surface Pro laptop or tablet for instructional purposes.