Capture Your Teaching: Learn How to Record Lectures with TechSmith Relay (Session 1)
- Monday, January 6, 2020 from 10:30am to 12:00pm
- Barnard Hall, 127 - view map
Two sessions on Monday, January, 6th 2020, Barnard 127 (Teaching and Learning (TLT) Studio) from:
Session 2 is the same day from 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm.
Facilitated by Ken Silvestri, Center for Faculty Excellence
Contact Ken Silvestri for questions at [email protected] or 406-994-7835.
The Center for Faculty Excellence and the Academic Technology & Outreach office will offer hands-on trainings for the TechSmith Relay lecture capture tool to both new and experienced users. TechSmith Relay can be used to record lectures and demonstrations for both online courses and face-to-face courses with built-in features for in-video quizzing, basic editing, viewing analytics, and closed captioning. Note that there is also a new feature that allows for In-Video Conversations, where comments or questions can be added at any point in the recording for the instructor and other students to see and interact with.
To allow for a more hands-on training, registration will be capped at 12. Please bring your laptop to work with. If you do not have a working laptop available, please let us know so that we can make arrangements.
***Following the training, attendees will also get a tour and demonstration of how to create content with the brand new LearningGlass Studio! The LearningGlass is a tool that enables a new form of lecture capture, allowing users to easily create high-quality, engaging instructional content with the push of a few buttons.***
Attending this workshop allows faculty to achieve these Center for Faculty Excellence faculty learning outcomes:
- Synthesizing and applying knowledge of and research on how learning works to improve teaching and learning
- Teaching with technology in pedagogically informed ways consistent with best practices
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