What are my options for creating demonstrations, including audio, video, and screen captures?

Demonstrations are often the most clear and engaging way to teach a concept or give feedback. Students tend to learn more when instructors present concepts in multiple ways, such as visually and aurally. Demonstrations can be distributed with lectures or other resources.

For example, solving a math problem could be explained with a picture of the solution and an audio description, a video or screencast prepared in Kaltura CaptureSpace of the professor solving the problem. You can also use Zoom, IU’s web conferencing and collaboration platform, to record presentations and screencasts.

For more on distributing media resources, see What are my options for distributing readings and other resource media?

Instructors can get help using technology in their teaching at the teaching and learning centers on each campus.

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Last modified on 2018-05-01 00:17:09.

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