Lopata recording studio: Full-screen tablets and OneNote

The below videos will show you some of the hardware and software available in McKelvey’s recording studio. The studio is located in 401 Lopata, and available now for recording content. To schedule a recording slot, contact Ethan at ethan.hall@wustl.edu. If you’d like to talk with colleagues who have used OneNote to good effect in previous […]

Seigle Hall recordings

The Center for Teaching and Learning has set up recordings studios in Seigle Hall on the north end of campus. Sessions are scheduled in 90 minute segments and you can sign up here: https://teachingcenter.wustl.edu/2020/06/request-for-video-recording-in-seigle-hall/ . When you sign up, the staff will help you choose a room and capture mode based on your preferences and […]

Lecture Capture and Post Processing Guidance

Overview The intent of this post is to provide McKelvey instructors with details around recommended lecture-capture resources as well as detail around expectation for student video editors. For updated information on studio resources and how to reserve them, please see this post: https://sites.wustl.edu/mckelveyteaching/some-places-to-start-for-the-fall/ Tools and Their Uses Tool Description Pros Cons Kaltura Capture Simple screen […]

Recording studios, university teaching website

Welcome to this site. As an initial post we have gathered some resources to help you think about your courses for the fall. We will continue to provide updated information here, and will alert you to major additions via email. University Teaching Continuity Website – https://teachingcontinuity.wustl.edu – This site provides a good overview of the […]