Did you know that as a faculty member you can reserve CAFE's Digital Studio to create class materials for use in your face-to-face, hybrid, or online class?
The Digital Studio currently has a lightboard (Learning Glass) and a workstation for creating and editing multimedia content, such as videos recorded with the Learning Glass and interactive e-learning content suitable for various kinds of devices.
What can I do with this?
Record visually engaging short narrated videos as you write in neon on an illuminated glass board. Examples:
Lighting for the presenter
Video camera on tripod
Is the Lightboard/Learning Glass the Right Choice? Prepare to Record with Lightboard/Learning Glass How to Record with the Lightboard/Learning GlassMaking a Welcome Video
12 Principles of Multimedia Learning
Providing Accessible Materials (includes links to short how-to-videos - in particular review the Captions/Script section)
Edit videos recorded with the Lightboard by using CamtasiaRecord and edit screencast videos by using Camtasia, with or without a green screen backdrop. Examples:
Dell XPS with touchscreen
Docking station with USB port
Keyboard and mouse
Headset with microphone
Webcam with microphone
Green screen and blue screen
Articulate Storyline 360
Quick Guide to Camtasia Camtasia Tutorials by TechSmith Making a Welcome Video Articulate Storyline 360 training through Lynda.com Getting Started with Articulate Storyline 360 by e-Learning Heroes 12 Principles of Multimedia LearningProviding Accessible Materials (includes links to short how-to-videos - in particular review the Captions/Script section)
Access to this space is currently paused due to COVID-19.
Laura Lohman, PhD, SHRM-SCP, PMP
Director, Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence
Professor of Music