New Lecture Capture Tools at JMU
Posted on: September 21, 2023
Need to record a presentation? When you want to create screen-capture presentations or record your lecture for asynchronous learning, you have access to two JMU-supported tools:
- Canvas Studio – Create, share, and discuss videos (and audio!) seamlessly in Canvas using Studio.
- Camtasia – Create your own videos with Camtasia, a lecture capture tool for recording, robust editing, and sharing instructional videos.
What’s the difference between these tools? Canvas Studio is a simple screen capture tool to add video to your courses quickly, directly in Canvas. Camtasia allows you greater control over video production, with a robust suite of editing tools, but Camtasia files need to be uploaded to Canvas Studio (or another video storage solution) when you want to share them with students.
Want help integrating lecture capture tools into your teaching? Contact our Learning Innovations & Design Desk.
Want to collaborate with professional staff to create videos in a studio? Visit our Media Production Support for Faculty page.
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