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  • TechSmith Demo Day – June 23, 2016

    TechSmith Demo Day – June 23, 2016

    SDCCD Online Learning Pathways, @One, and TechSmith presented Jason Valade from TechSmith.  Jason gave a great overview of TechSmith’s Snagit and Camtasia products and answered many questions about their application in education.  This is an edited recording of that session.  This recording does not provide captions, but use and capabilities of all of the products featured here are covered in captioned tutorials found on the TechSmith website at https://www.techsmith.com/tutorial.html  and on our video production how-to website at http://sdccdolvid.org/getreal .

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  • Setting Test Feedback Options in Blackboard Learn 9.1

    Setting Test Feedback Options in Blackboard Learn 9.1

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  • Putting a Link to the World Wide Whiteboard into your Blackboard Course

    Putting a Link to the World Wide Whiteboard into your Blackboard Course

    Add a link for the Link-Systems tutoring tool into your Blackboard course.

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  • Adding Users to Your Blackboard Shell

    Adding Users to Your Blackboard Shell

    An instructor can add anyone they wish to their Blackboard shell as long as that person has an account on Blackboard.  The user can be given any course role the instructor desires.  Please do not add users manually who may then officially enroll in the section or be designated as an instructor of record.  This will avoid conflicts with our automated enrollment process; thanks!  This tutorial will show you how:  

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  • Save Time Typing With FastFox Text Expander

    Save Time Typing With FastFox Text Expander

    FastFox text expander is a program that runs in the background on your computer and allows you to insert blocks of boilerplate text and/or images into almost any document, email, Blackboard content item, etc. by just typing a few characters or hitting a combination or control keys.  It can save hours worth of typing the same block of text over and over again or searching your boilerplate document for the text you need before copy/pasting.  I saved enough time the […]

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  • Screencasting With Jing and Camtasia Studio

    Screencasting With Jing and Camtasia Studio

    This is a complete recording of a presentation given at the National Business Educator’s conference a couple of years ago.  It illustrates and teaches use of two popular screencasting tools, Jing and Camtasia Studio.  The Camtasia Studio portion (the bulk of the presentation) covers recording and producing screencasts as well as covering most common post-production editing tasks.  This can help those wanting to get started with editing in the powerful Camtasia Studio editor.  

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  • Zoom in the Continuing Education Classroom

    Zoom in the Continuing Education Classroom

    This is a two–hour introduction to the use of Zoom in the synchronous classroom.  The attendees were from SDCCD Continuing Education and the emphasis was on the use of Zoom in the continuing education classroom.  Topics covered included initiation of Zoom meetings, invitation of attendees, attendance through mobile devices, moderation of Zoom sessions, screen sharing, and equipment necessary in a Zoom classroom. Here a two documents you may find useful: 1.  Equipment List for the Zoom Classroom 2.  Chat log […]

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  • Flex #18361 Recording – “Converting F2F Classroom Materials for Online:  Getting Started in the Certification Program”

    Flex #18361 Recording – “Converting F2F Classroom Materials for Online: Getting Started in the Certification Program”

    This live recording of Flex #18361 delivered over Zoom shows participants how to get started in the Online Faculty Certification Program.  We cover how to complete Module 1, what Blackboard quizzes look like, how to submit an assignment, and what to expect from the 10 Modules of the Online Faculty Certification Program.

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  • Sharing Online Content With Your Students Using Padlet.

    Sharing Online Content With Your Students Using Padlet.

    This live recording of a staff development seminar delivered via Zoom.us explores use of the free wall tool, Padlet.  You’ll see how to share online content with your students (and they with you!) with the greatest of ease and efficiency.

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  • Introduction to Online Video Production

    Introduction to Online Video Production

    These videos constitute the recording of a faculty development (Flex) session offered on 3/18/2016. This seminar addressed tools and techniques for producing instructional video and distributing it online through YouTube.  The focus of this seminar was standard motion video as opposed to screencasting or other similar techniques.  The recording is broken, for convenience,  into six separate videos dealing with different topic areas of the presentation.  Mouse over the upper-left corner of this playlist embed to access the videos individually.  Hope you […]

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  • Zoom in the Classroom Flex Seminar 3/11/2016

    Zoom in the Classroom Flex Seminar 3/11/2016

    This is a recording of a live staff development seminar covering the use of Zoom in the live classroom.  It shows how easy it is to extend your physical classroom to infinity.  There were a roughly equal number of local and remote participants in this seminar and, as you can see in the recording, they were able to interact with the instructor and each other very naturally and about as effectively as they could have if everyone had been in […]

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  • Lecture Capture Using TechSmith Relay and Zoom

    Lecture Capture Using TechSmith Relay and Zoom

    One of THE most popular instructional technology services provided to students across the globe is lecture capture, the recording of audio and video during a live classroom lecture and making the recording available to students via the web, on-demand in a timely manner. Upwards of 90% of students have favorable opinions about this service and speak highly of efforts to make such recordings available to them.  In this seminar, we’ll look at two tools that are free (to SDCCD faculty […]

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