If you are still web conferencing with students using BBB (aka Conferences tool in Canvas), you may wish to share your screen with students. This is useful if you with to demonstrate a live web site, for instance. IMPORTANT: … Continue reading
last updated If you use an iPad, recording lectures on it can give you some interesting options. This article will review: setting up your iPad for recording recording a slideshow with narration adding live annotations during recording ending your recording … Continue reading
last updated If you have narrated PowerPoint files you wish to share with students in Canvas, the best way to do that is to export the PP as a video (mp4), upload it to Kaltura, My Kaltura Media, and then … Continue reading
last updated NOTE: This is a tedious process. It does work—and looks good from the student perspective—but be forwarned. Requires Classic Quizzes tool in Canvas (currently unavailable in New Quizzes).
last updated As we migrate all content off of the Rutgers Sakai servers, you may wish to save a copy of all files in Resources. Most administrative sites will be moved onto a file storage and sharing system, such as … Continue reading
In general, we recommend saving your Zoom recordings to the cloud, which allows the easiest sharing with students. (See our Zoom recommendations for more details.) However, if you do record to your local computer, you’ll need to upload those videos … Continue reading