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Lecture Recording

Whether you have decided to record your lectures because you are moving a class fully online, "flipping" your class, or you want to provide student access to a lecture you gave in class, you have a few options for getting the recording done:

  • Camtasia is a lecture-capture software that is installed in the on-campus audio/lecture capture recording studio and can also be purchased and installed on your desktop computer for around $100. You can learn more about how to use Camtasia here.
  • Panopto is a lecture capture system that can be used in a live classroom or from your desktop computer. You can learn more about Panopto here
  • Kaltura Classroom is a new lecture-capture system that will be eventually replacing Panopto in the live classrooms. You can learn more about CaptureSpace here.
  • Jing is a screen recording service that allows you to record up to five minutes of video for free.
  • Adobe Connect can be used to meet synchronously with your students, with the option to record the session for students to view on their own time. 
To learn more about any of these options, schedule a constulation with an instructional designer or sign up for the workshop below.


Includes training in Panopto, Camtasia and Canvas media with discussion on which tools and approaches to use when.


Event Name Start Date/Time End Date/Time Location
Audio/Video Presentations, TBA TBA TBA DE 204, USU Logan Campus
Audio/Video Presentations, TBA TBA TBA DE 204, USU Logan Campus


  • Amy Carpenter
  • Tyler Clair
  • Travis Thurston
  • Jennifer Paskett
  • Neal Legler