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:
- Kaltura is USU's primary media management portal, which offers a freely available lecture capture system that can be used in a live classroom or from your desktop computer. You can learn more about Kaltura here.
- 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.
- Loom is a screen recording service that allows you to keep a library of up to 25 videos for free.
- Zoom can be used to meet synchronously with your students, with the option to record the session for students to view on their own time.
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