- Canvas Organization & Design (Online) - August 29, 2014
- Turn your Blackboard Course into a Canvas Course - September 2, 2014
- Instructional Video Workshop - September 2, 2014
- Canvas Basics - September 3, 2014
- New Faculty Curator Campus Tour - September 3, 2014
- Canvas Extras: Apps & DU Tech Tools (Online) - September 4, 2014
- Assessment Coordinators' Workshop - September 5, 2014
- Assignments & Grading in Canvas - September 5, 2014
- Turn your Blackboard Course into a Canvas Course - September 8, 2014
- Canvas Basics - September 9, 2014
- New Faculty Arborist Campus Tour - September 9, 2014
- Canvas Organization & Design - September 9, 2014
- Assignments & Grading in Canvas (Online) - September 10, 2014
- Instructional Video Workshop - September 11, 2014
- Canvas Extras: Apps & DU Tech Tools - September 12, 2014
Camtasia Relay is one of DU’s options for lecture capture. It allows DU faculty to create screencasts. Once recorded, a video is automatically produced and available for viewing online, on a mobile device, or just about anywhere.
What can you do with Camtasia Relay?
You can use Camtasia Relay to:
- capture anything on your screen as well as your voice (if you use a computer microphone)
- create mini-lectures (5-10 minutes) for students to view before class, so class time can be spent on other tasks – discussions, cooperative learning activities, or Q&A sessions
- provide feedback on student work by recording your comments instead of writing
How can I learn more?
- Get support for Camtasia Relay at the OTL Knowledge Base.
- Contact Alex Karklins for more information.