Camtasia is now available campus wide.
Camtasia is a screen-recording software that allows you to create and edit videos directly from your desktop. You can pre-record instructional videos that can then be used in an online course, flipped instruction, or to enhance learning in a face-to-face class.
Faculty and Staff may request a license from the IT service portal at any time. Camtasia can be installed on your office computer or a personal computer allowing you to create videos from home.
Comprehensive tutorials that can be viewed on-demand on the Techsmith Camtasia Tutorials Page. The FCTL is also hosting workshops on best practices for Camtasia, dates and objectives listed below. If you would like additional information on using Camtasia, or to schedule an appointment, please contact Eric Taylor in the FCTL.
Want to use technology in and out of the classroom to enhance students' learning?
Integrating technologies with instruction is crucial in classroom learning and distance education environments. The FCTL academic media and classroom instructional technology staff can assist you with classroom technology needs, studio lecture capture (Mediasite), and innovative tools such as Learning Glass Lightboard technology.
Want to know more? Contact the FCTL firstname.lastname@example.org and request assistance with using any of the instructional technologies listed here.
Classroom Instructional Technologies in the FCTL, serves the University’s classroom instructional technology needs. Technical services is in the Art Annex Building, Rooms 3 & 4.