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Invigorate	  Face-­‐to-­‐Face,	  Blended,	  	     and	  Online	  Instruc6on	  Using	              Camtasia	  Relay	     Da...
Abstract	  Demand	  for	  both	  effec6veness	  and	  flexibility	  in	  the	  delivery	  of	  course	  material	  becomes	 ...
Why	  Relay?	                               Every	  Prof	             All	  can	    Ease	  of	  use	                      ...
Baking	  Metaphor	   Camtasia	  Relay	  
How	  do	  I	  get	  started?	   1.	  A@end	  a	  Lecture	                            2.	  Log	  into	                    ...
Record	  and	  Publish	  Presenta6on	  Workflow	                                                                       1.	 ...
1.	  Open	  applica6on/document	  to	  record	  
2.	  Log	  in	  to	  Camtasia	  Relay	  
2.	  Relay	  Interface	  
2.	  Choose	  Profile	  
2.	  Add	  Title	  and	  Descrip6on	        3.	  Click	  Record	  bu@on	  
3.	  Stopping	  the	  recording	  
4.	  Check	  before	  submieng	  
4.	  Trim	  Clip	  
4.	  Presenta6on	  Complete	  
5.	  Presenta6on	  Published	  Email	  
5.	  Build	  Content	  >	  URL	  
5.	  Enter	  Title,	  Paste	  URL	  
5.	  Open	  in	  New	  Window	                Submit	  
5.	  Click	  link	  to	  test	  
5.	  Presenta6on	  plays	  in	  new	  window	  
Record	  and	  Publish	  Presenta6on	  Workflow	                                                                       1.	 ...
Camtasia	  Studio	  by	  TechSmith	  	  Screen	  Capture	  Technology	  in	  the	  Tradi6onal	  and	  Online	  Classroom	 ...
The	  Online	  Classroom	  •  Goals	  	       –  To	  provide	  online	  courses	  that	  are	  s6ll	  rela6onal	       – ...
The	  Online	  Classroom	  •  Online	  Courses	  	      –  Introduc6on	  to	  Sta6s6cs	  for	  the	  Social	  and	        ...
The	  Online	  Classroom	  •  Example:	     –  Lecture	  on	  Intro	  Stats	     –  Beware	  of	  the	  southern	  accent!...
The	  Online	  Classroom	  •  Student	  Responses	      –  Intro	  to	  Sta6s6cs	           •  “Because	  I’m	  a	  visual...
The	  Online	  Classroom	  •  Student	  Responses:	     –  General	  Psychology	         •  “I	  thought	  that	  it	  was...
The	  Tradi6onal	  Classroom	  •  Goals	      –  To	  provide	  students	  with	  addi6onal	  informa6on	         or	  exa...
The	  Tradi6onal	  Classroom	  •  Example	     –  Demonstra6on	  of	  a	  lab	  assignment	     –  h@p://www.screencast.co...
The	  Tradi6onal	  Classroom	  •  Student	  Responses	      –  “I	  also	  liked	  the	  screen	  captures	  that	  went	 ...
Sugges6ons	  and	  Issues	  •  Edi6ng	  Func6on	  •  Student	  Access	  
Camtasia	  Studio	  by	  TechSmith	  	  Screen	  Capture	  Technology	  in	  the	           Blended	  Classroom	          ...
The	  Blended	  Classroom	  •  What	  is	  it?	                       •  Why	  use	  it?	       –  Replace	  a	  por6on	  ...
The	  Blended	  Classroom	  •  Goals	       –  Set	  clear	  standard	  for	  class	  prepara6on	       –  Communicate	  i...
The	  Blended	  Classroom	  •  Courses:	            Agg.                         price   –  Principles	  of	              ...
The	  Blended	  Classroom	  •  Teaching	  Tools	                                        Ini6al	  Intended	  Uses	     –  L...
The	  Blended	  Classroom	  •  Student	  Efficiency	     –  Prac6ce	  Problems	     –  Quiz	  Review	        	  	  
The	  Blended	  Classroom	  •  Professor	  Efficiency	     –  Example:	  Instruc6ons	     –  h@p://www.screencast.com/t/7F09...
The	  Blended	  Classroom	  •  Office	  Hours	  (two	  students	  and	  a	  professor)	     Student	  1:	  “I	  need	  help....
The	  Blended	  Classroom	  •  Student	  Responses	     –  “I	  love	  having	  the	  solu6on	  videos!	  I	  watched	  it...
Tips	  and	  Tricks	  •    Funny	  pauses	  •    Imperfec6on	  •    Efficiency	  •    Length	  •    Anonymity	  
Limita6ons	  •  Edi6ng	  op6ons	  •  Power	  Point	  func6onality	  
Ques6ons???	                           	  Baine	  CraC	  -­‐	  craCb@spu.edu	  	   Geri	  Mason	  geri@spu.edu	  David	  W...
Using Camtasia Relay for Online, Blended, and F2F Learning
Using Camtasia Relay for Online, Blended, and F2F Learning
Using Camtasia Relay for Online, Blended, and F2F Learning
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Using Camtasia Relay for Online, Blended, and F2F Learning

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Demand for both effectiveness and flexibility in the delivery of course material becomes increasingly complex as the student population changes and as courses incorporate more online components. Instructors can use Camtasia Relay to easily record lecture material and make screencasts available to students anytime, in multiple formats. Instructors can increase teaching presence through recorded lectures, along with opportunities to interact on in-class assignments and provide feedback to students. We'll describe how faculty at SPU are using screen recording to supplement face-to-face lectures, how this technology can enhance blended learning courses, and how screencasts can be used to engage students in the online classroom.

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Using Camtasia Relay for Online, Blended, and F2F Learning

  1. 1. Invigorate  Face-­‐to-­‐Face,  Blended,     and  Online  Instruc6on  Using   Camtasia  Relay   David  Wicks,  Sea@le  Pacific  University   Baine  CraC,  Sea@le  Pacific  University   Geri  Mason,  Sea@le  Pacific  University  
  2. 2. Abstract  Demand  for  both  effec6veness  and  flexibility  in  the  delivery  of  course  material  becomes  increasingly  complex  as  the  student  popula6on  changes  and  as  courses  incorporate  more  online  components.  Instructors  can  use  Camtasia  Relay  to  easily  record  lecture  material  and  make  screencasts  available  to  students  any6me,  in  mul6ple  formats.  Instructors  can  increase  teaching  presence  through  recorded  lectures,  along  with  opportuni6es  to  interact  on  in-­‐class  assignments  and  provide  feedback  to  students.  Well  describe  how  faculty  at  SPU  are  using  screen  recording  to  supplement  face-­‐to-­‐face  lectures,  how  this  technology  can  enhance  blended  learning  courses,  and  how  screencasts  can  be  used  to  engage  students  in  the  online  classroom.  
  3. 3. Why  Relay?   Every  Prof   All  can   Ease  of  use   can  create   par6cipate  •  Setup   •  “Free”  capture   •  Delivers  content:  •  Record   soCware  with   •  In  common  •  Publish   service   formats  •  Repeat   •  Only  need   •  In  familiar   computer  &   loca6ons   microphone   •  Accessible   •  High  speed   content   connec6on  to   upload  
  4. 4. Baking  Metaphor   Camtasia  Relay  
  5. 5. How  do  I  get  started?   1.  A@end  a  Lecture   2.  Log  into   3.  Email  Capture  workshop  or   h@p://camtasia.spu.edu     onlinelearning@spu.edu   1-­‐to-­‐1  training   using  SPU  creden6als   ask  for  profile   6.  Record  &  Publish   5.  Download  and   4.  We’ll  add/create   presenta6on   install  the  recorder   profile  for  you   If  publishing  to  SPU’s  iTunes  U  or  YouTube  account:   Email  onlinelearning@spu.edu  Title  &  Descrip6on  info   5  
  6. 6. Record  and  Publish  Presenta6on  Workflow   1.  Open   5.  Post  in   applica6on   Blackboard   to  record   2.  Open   4.  Trim  &   Relay,   publish   choose   screencast   profile,  test   audio   3.  Record   screencast  
  7. 7. 1.  Open  applica6on/document  to  record  
  8. 8. 2.  Log  in  to  Camtasia  Relay  
  9. 9. 2.  Relay  Interface  
  10. 10. 2.  Choose  Profile  
  11. 11. 2.  Add  Title  and  Descrip6on   3.  Click  Record  bu@on  
  12. 12. 3.  Stopping  the  recording  
  13. 13. 4.  Check  before  submieng  
  14. 14. 4.  Trim  Clip  
  15. 15. 4.  Presenta6on  Complete  
  16. 16. 5.  Presenta6on  Published  Email  
  17. 17. 5.  Build  Content  >  URL  
  18. 18. 5.  Enter  Title,  Paste  URL  
  19. 19. 5.  Open  in  New  Window   Submit  
  20. 20. 5.  Click  link  to  test  
  21. 21. 5.  Presenta6on  plays  in  new  window  
  22. 22. Record  and  Publish  Presenta6on  Workflow   1.  Open   5.  Post  in   applica6on   Blackboard   to  record   2.  Open   4.  Trim  &   Relay,   publish   choose   screencast   profile,  test   audio   3.  Record   screencast  
  23. 23. Camtasia  Studio  by  TechSmith    Screen  Capture  Technology  in  the  Tradi6onal  and  Online  Classroom     Baine  Cra5,  Ph.D.   Assistant  Professor  of     Psychology  and  Biology   Sea@le  Pacific  University  
  24. 24. The  Online  Classroom  •  Goals     –  To  provide  online  courses  that  are  s6ll  rela6onal   –  To  create  lectures  that  are  interac6ve   –  To  provide  examples  and  problems  that  are   engaging  and  memorable!  
  25. 25. The  Online  Classroom  •  Online  Courses     –  Introduc6on  to  Sta6s6cs  for  the  Social  and   Behavioral  Sciences   –  General  Psychology   –  Teaching  Tools:   •  Screen  Captured  Lectures   •  Screen  Captured  Examples  
  26. 26. The  Online  Classroom  •  Example:   –  Lecture  on  Intro  Stats   –  Beware  of  the  southern  accent!!   –  h@p://www.screencast.com/t/IuIMqiH9u4AJ    
  27. 27. The  Online  Classroom  •  Student  Responses   –  Intro  to  Sta6s6cs   •  “Because  I’m  a  visual  learner  and  like  to  see  the  steps  necessary  to   complete  math  problems,  the  screen  capture  was  very  helpful  for   me  in  this  class.”     •  “I  have  a  lot  of  trouble  when  I  don’t  have  one  on  one  learning.  The   screen  capture  definitely  helped  though.  It  just  took  some  geeng   use  to  since  it  was  so  new  to  me.”     •  “I  thought  it  was  extremely  beneficial.  It  allowed  the  professor  to   interact  with  us  online  beyond  just  talking.  I’m  a  visual  Learner  so   presenta6ons  really  helped  me  when  he  would  write  or  draw  on   the  screen.”     •  “No  idea  what  this  is.”  
  28. 28. The  Online  Classroom  •  Student  Responses:   –  General  Psychology   •  “I  thought  that  it  was  very  helpful  and  made  it  feel  like   the  professor  was  giving  a  live  lecture.”   •  “It  was  beneficial  because  it  reminded  me  of  a  normal   lecture  (in  classrooms)  where  a  professor  might  have  a   powerpoint  set  up  .  .  .  If  you  are  a  visual  learner  (like   myself),  that  is  extraordinarily  helpful.”   •  “I  did  not  no6ce,  due  to  the  fact  that  I  rarely  watched   the  lectures.”  
  29. 29. The  Tradi6onal  Classroom  •  Goals   –  To  provide  students  with  addi6onal  informa6on   or  examples  outside  of  class   –  To  use  my  6me  as  well  as  students  more   efficiently  •  Tradi6onal  Course   –  Advanced  Sta6s6cs  •  Teaching  Tools   –  Screen  Captured  Examples  
  30. 30. The  Tradi6onal  Classroom  •  Example   –  Demonstra6on  of  a  lab  assignment   –  h@p://www.screencast.com/t/UAVgmwJEguoJ    
  31. 31. The  Tradi6onal  Classroom  •  Student  Responses   –  “I  also  liked  the  screen  captures  that  went  over  how  to  run   test  in  the  various  programs.  I  actually  somewhat  liked  the   lab  assignments.  I  dont  know  why?”   –  “Working  through  examples  in  both  SPSS  and  Excel,  and   having  screen  capture  videos  available  for  study  6me  on   my  own”   –  “Being  able  to  watch  the  screencasts  outside  of  class   helped  a  lot  when  I  was  studying  and  using  both  Excel  and   SPSS  helped  me  learn  the  material  be@er.”  
  32. 32. Sugges6ons  and  Issues  •  Edi6ng  Func6on  •  Student  Access  
  33. 33. Camtasia  Studio  by  TechSmith    Screen  Capture  Technology  in  the   Blended  Classroom     Geri  Mason,  Ph.D.   Assistant  Professor  of     Economics   Sea@le  Pacific  University  
  34. 34. The  Blended  Classroom  •  What  is  it?   •  Why  use  it?   –  Replace  a  por6on  of   –  Increase  flexibility  for   tradi6onal  face-­‐to-­‐face   students  with  full   class  6me  with  online   schedules   work   –  Engage  a  larger  variety   •  Online  collabora6on   of  learning  styles   •  Online  learning   –  Increase  efficiency  for   •  Online  assignments   professor   –  At  least  30%  online  
  35. 35. The  Blended  Classroom  •  Goals   –  Set  clear  standard  for  class  prepara6on   –  Communicate  informa6on  in  a  medium  students   relate  to   –  Increase  efficiency  of  6me  for  both  student  and   professor   tutorialchip.com   egodevelopment.com  
  36. 36. The  Blended  Classroom  •  Courses:   Agg. price –  Principles  of   level LRAS S AS R Macro-­‐ economics   –  Intermediate   PE ELR Long-run macroeconomic Macro-­‐ equilibrium economics   AD YP Real Potential GDP output
  37. 37. The  Blended  Classroom  •  Teaching  Tools   Ini6al  Intended  Uses   –  Lecture   –  Lecture  Supplement   –  Prac6ce  Problems   Student  Efficiency   –  Quiz  Review   –  Instruc6ons   –  Assignment  Descrip6on   Instructor  Efficiency   –  Pre  Course  Tutorial  
  38. 38. The  Blended  Classroom  •  Student  Efficiency   –  Prac6ce  Problems   –  Quiz  Review      
  39. 39. The  Blended  Classroom  •  Professor  Efficiency   –  Example:  Instruc6ons   –  h@p://www.screencast.com/t/7F09gu9mkL    
  40. 40. The  Blended  Classroom  •  Office  Hours  (two  students  and  a  professor)   Student  1:  “I  need  help.  I  don’t  get  it.”   Prof.  Mason:  “Sure.  Where  are  you  having  trouble?”   S1:  “I  just  don’t  get  it.  Any  of  it.”   S2:  “Did  you  watch  the  video?!?”   S1:  “not  really…umm…”   S2:  “Here—let  me  show  you  [how  to  do  the                            problem].”  
  41. 41. The  Blended  Classroom  •  Student  Responses   –  “I  love  having  the  solu6on  videos!  I  watched  it  like  12   6mes  and  now  I  get  it!”   –  “It’s  great  when  studying  for  the  test.  I  can  go  back  over  a   lecture  as  many  6mes  as  I  want,  and  pause  it  to  work  on   the  problems  along  the  way.”   –  “I  didn’t  really  use  them.  I  prefer  to  read  the  book  and   study  on  my  own…but  I  felt  like  I  had  to  watch  them.”  
  42. 42. Tips  and  Tricks  •  Funny  pauses  •  Imperfec6on  •  Efficiency  •  Length  •  Anonymity  
  43. 43. Limita6ons  •  Edi6ng  op6ons  •  Power  Point  func6onality  
  44. 44. Ques6ons???    Baine  CraC  -­‐  craCb@spu.edu     Geri  Mason  geri@spu.edu  David  Wicks  dwicks@spu.edu       Rob  Mowid   R.Mowid@TechSmith.com    

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