MiraCosta Online Ed Flex Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Robert is signed in twice. Would that be causing the problem?
what do you see on your phone? Student view of zoom?
SnagIt Intro:https://youtu.be/LuaS4f9rvowSnagit + YouTube + Canvas: https://youtu.be/M_YdNP_vmskZoom - For Screencastinghttps://youtu.be/g8krdB4mWOwZoom - Screencasting Your Meetinghttps://youtu.be/lITcx0Y5jNgFeedback on Student work:https://youtu.be/FRa4fvT8cHQEditing SnagIt Video: https://youtu.be/GitW2OtKFkIZoom - On You Phonehttps://youtu.be/V8JaUEORjSo
MiraCosta Faculty: E-mail Abdy Afzali email@example.com or call (760) 757-2121 ext 6731 if you are interested in the Camtasia or Snagit software for home usage
Has anyone used SnagIt before?
Stacey von Winckelmann
Stacey, how was your experience with SnagIt?
Stacey von Winckelmann
I love it!!!! So, easy!
This is a worthwhile app to learn : )
Stacey von Winckelmann
I signed on late so this may have already been covered: why would you choose this over a zoom video while sharing screen?
Is snagit better than using Canvas Studio?
It is largely personal preference/comfort
And some specific features
Yes, Canvas Studio uses Screencast-o-matic as its capture tool
Ok, thank you
Snagit also can be used in combination with Canvas Studio - you could capture with Snagit and then upload to Canvas Studio
If you aren’t excited about using YouTube as the destination for your videos
Jim: does that keep the video private between you and students vs open source to public?
That’s good to know. Because in Canvas Studio you can’t toggle between showing your face and capturing your screen as you seem to be able to in snagit.
Erin, Canvas Studio is very private
YouTube can be set to only being available to people you share the link with - then it won’t be publicly discoverable
Not exactly private - in theory if the link was shared, people outside your class could get to it. Whereas Canvas Studio can be kept totally behind the Canvas login
They probably stop after 3 -5 minutes...
Can we toggle between the powerpoint and say, a file or word doc to show, while using snagit?
Yes : )
Can we edit the close captions?
You can pause a recording, change up what is on the screen, then resume the recording...
I believe YouTube will allow you to edit the CC, but not certain.
Yes, YouTube has an editor for fixing up captions. Very easy to use. As does Canvas Studio.
Gabriela9, you can actually toggle between screen + webcam, screen only, and webcam only during the recording of one video with Canvas Studio
I tried and wasn’t able to figure it out. How does one do it?
I really like Canvas Studio so being able to toggle would be great!
If you start the screen recording mode, there are three buttons that toggle between screen only, webcam only, and screen with webcam at bottom right. You can toggle them as you go - I think - and also when you pause the recording.
(This is using the Canvas Studio recording tool)
I’ll try that!
Can the link to this video be provided? Using Zoom: Screencasts & Whiteboards
Zoom - For Screencastinghttps://youtu.be/g8krdB4mWOw
Notice that he didn't schedule the meeting, he was able to simply start it.
personal preference whether you leave it on the cloud or download.
Is there a downside to leaving it on the cloud? file storage?
YouTube is unlimited file storage.
Unlimited in ConferZoom too
^ Starting point for using Zoom at MiraCosta
Also worth noting that there is a video tool built into the Speedgrader tool, but it does not enable screen casting. It’s more for a quick video or audio comment in addition to the written feedback you provide directly on student work.
How do we get something CC’d and is this supposed to used for all online videos?
Ability to view text terms and not just hear them is a big help to second language learners too
Roland, if you’re creating videos for long-term use across multiple classes the regulatory expectation (not just the “right thing to do”) is that they are CC'd.
If you are creating something with a short shelf life just for a very specific class in this time of remote instruction, then strictly speaking CC may not be required if you don’t have a student in your class who doesn’t require it. Still a good idea if possible though, as Robert explained
Zoom, Canvas Studio, and YouTube all will auto-caption videos you record/upload there.
The captions aren’t perfect and you really should take the time to edit them.
The tools each of those provide make it pretty easy.
Automatic CC on YouTube not too bad
The other option, typically, is to upload videos to 3C Media Solutions. Robert isn’t talking about that today but it’s a video server for CCC faculty. Normally that allows you to request professional captioning but that is currently disabled until July 1
There is a sound booth at the C3 Teaching and Learning Center on the OC and a new media production/recording room at SEC, for when life gets normal again
This was fantastic!!
Thank you, very informative workshop!
Great! Thanks so much!!!
Thank you Robert! Thank you Jim!
Thank you Robert and Jim
Thanks, very useful and informative!
Very helpful. Thanks!
Great workshop. Thanks!
thanks Robert and Jim
Thanks so much!