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Helpful Tips & Tutorials
Mac Screen Recording
Record your screen on a Mac using command + shift + 5. This video tutorial quickly shows you how to make a quick screen recording.
Windows Screen Recording
Record your screen on a Windows 10 device using the built in xbox app, then click windows + G. This tutorial will show you how to record using this built in feature.
iPhone/iPad Screen Recording
Record directly on your ipad or iphone using the built in feature. You could use this in collaboration with a whiteboard app to create quick videos on a concept for students.
Closed Caption with Google Slides
Google slides will real-time closed captions your presentation. Try screen recording your presentation using google slides with close caption turned on for instant close captioned videos.
Record Powerpoint Slides
This video will show you how to record audio per slide in powerpoint. This could be a way to create an a-synchronized lecture for your students.
This is a beginner tutorial for imovie, a movie making software. If you have access to this software (comes standard on mac devices), it can be used to edit video lectures or other video projects.
This is a tutorial for Camtasia, a great movie making platform. If you have access to the software this could be a great option for creating video lectures. Camtasia has a built in screen recorder and is a powerful video editing platform.
Camtasia with Closed Captions
This is a tutorial for Camtasia, a great movie making platform. This link will show you how to create closed captions for your video quickly using Camtasia.
iPhone/iPad/Mac Audio Recording
Use Voice Memos to record an audio lecture using your iphone/ipad/mac. Share the file directly from the app to your email address or upload the file direclty into google drive. Choosing google drive from the share menu is not enabled with your Hope College email address.
Use Garageband on your Mac to record an audio file. Simply export the song to disk and upload the file to google drive to share with your students via moodle.
There could or couldn't be a built in audio app for Androids depending on your provider. Check out Method #2 for details on finding an app, installing an app, and/or recording with your new app on your device for audio lectures
One Note App
Use the built in One Note app on your Windows smart phone to record an audio lecture. Check out method #3 in this link.
Use Audacity to record your audio lecture and export the file to Mp3 or WAV. Then upload the file to google drive and post the link onto moodle.
White Board Apps
Ipevo is a free to download whiteboard app for your computer, tablet, or phone. This could be great for prerecorded video lectures or synchronized classrooms.
A free Microsoft office whiteboard application available as an app download for tablets and phones. This app could be beneficial for prerecorded video lectures or synchronized courses.
A quiz tool that allows for youtube integration only. This will embed quizzes directly into your video lecture.
Online quiz integrator for video lectures. Free for 20 videos then $9.50/month or refer to others for more space.
Try embedding videos into a google form post! This method encourages students to watch small clips of videos and then take the quiz as they go.
The Adobe Scan app is free for all devices and will create a scan using your phone or tablet. This could be helpful for students to turn in assignments needed to be done by hand.
Digital Liberal Arts
Digital Liberal Arts
For Digital Liberal Arts projects and assistance please reach out to our Digital Liberal Arts Librarian, Tori Longfield.
Book a Virtual Appointment: https://hope-college-van-wylen-library.appointlet.com/b/tori-longfield
For assistance in creating a high-quality poster for CURCA, please send your students to our Digital Media Lab Specialist, Sonja Glover.
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