Camtasia is a computer screen capturing software used to create video tutorials of an on screen action. With Camtasia Studio, educators can record narrated PowerPoint presentations and post them as online lectures or learning supplements for their students. Add media & interactive hot spots to enhance your lecture. Camtasia is used for online, classroom/web, and classroom based classes.
- Video: PowerPoint lecture – by Susanne Tringali, Art History
- Video: Class lecture – by Art Schneider, Computer Information Systems
- Video: OIO How-to, Content Links – by Marc Goodman, CIS
- Video: Philosophy 201’s Philosophy Garden, footage from Second Life – by Monica Marlo, Online Learning
- Video: My Courses and Banners In Daylight, by Rondi Schei and Andre Temkin
- Contact an ITS to schedule a one-on-one training.
- Camtasia Studio Tutorials – TechSmith web site resources.
- Video Captioning Using Camtasia. If you plan to host the video to YouTube or Kaltura, you will have to export the video as mp4 without the caption, and extract the caption file separately as a .srt file. Follow this guide to learn how to export caption (at the bottom of the page).
- Creating a Camtasia Video – What you need to know before recording Camtasia
Online Learning provides a copy of Camtasia licenses for any instructors who have completed the Online Instructor Orientation (OIO) and is using the license to develop content for fully online (WEB) courses. Campus instructors, remote instructors, and staff will need to speak with their dean about purchasing a license through IT (email@example.com).
If you cannot get a Camtasia license, you can consider using other tools to record your screen.
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