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The Systemwide Technology Access Collaborative (STAC) is a collaboration between the California Virtual Campus and CollegeBuys focused on centralizing the procurement of online student and faculty support services. We invite you to drop in if you would like to discuss general STAC procurement details, receive implementation support, review vendor service information, or require assistance with […]

STAC Office Hour

The Systemwide Technology Access Collaborative (STAC) is a collaboration between the California Virtual Campus and CollegeBuys focused on centralizing the procurement of online student and faculty support services. We invite you to drop in if you would like to discuss general STAC procurement details, receive implementation support, review vendor service information, or require assistance with […]

STAC Open Office Hour

The Systemwide Technology Access Collaborative (STAC) is a collaboration between the California Virtual Campus and CollegeBuys focused on centralizing the procurement of online student and faculty support services. We invite you to drop in if you would like to discuss general STAC procurement details, receive implementation support, review vendor service information, or require assistance with […]

Your Own Personal Recording Studio: Using the Studio Tool in Canvas

From Art History to STEM, video is an important way to connect to your students and provide humanized instruction. Studio is the video tool embedded within Canvas* that allows you to record, edit, annotate, and caption a video all within Canvas. More importantly, your students have access to Studio, too! And you can engage them with embedded questions, discussion prompts and opportunities for collaboration. Come hear how faculty from across our campus are using Studio to support their in-person, hybrid, and online courses. *Check your local instance of Canvas to determine if Studio is enabled.

By the end of this session you will:

  1. Use Studio to record and host short instructional video
  2. Use Studio to record feedback for student work
  3. Edit, annotate, and caption video
  4. Embed Studio videos in a Canvas page

To attend this webinar, click: REGISTER HERE

If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to reach out to support@cvc.edu.

Video is a powerful way to humanize your online course and create a more equitable experience for students by providing content in multiple formats. Screencast-o-matic is a simple-to-use video recording/editing tool. Studio is a Canvas integration that turns passive viewing into active engagement. Pair the two together and you’ve got the power to create dynamic learning experiences that capture—and hold—your students’ attention (with assessment built right in!). In this webinar, you’ll get a taste of what these two tools can offer and how to get started using this match made in heaven to power-up your course content.

Registration link for 2 Powerful Ways to Humanize Your Online Course with Video

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