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Instructional Design & Support

Creating Online Lectures

Thinking of putting your lectures online?

Creating online lectures can be a great strategy if you’re looking to reinforce or supplement your classroom instruction, flip your class, or take your class totally online.

An “online lecture” is a digital recording of moving visual images and recorded audio provided via the Internet. Students may access online lectures at their course sites at a time that’s convenient for them.

OIT-Supported Methods

OIT provides support to instructors who use, or want to use, any of the following seven methods to create online lectures.

Ready to create your online lectures and need help? Contact OIT for assistance.

New Recording Spaces Available for Spring 2020

The Office of Information Technology and Office of Communications and Marketing have partnered to offer two spaces for faculty to record their online lectures during the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester: Classroom 43 and the TV Studio. Both are staffed and equipped with all the necessities to help professionally record your lectures for upload to Canvas. More information regarding these two spaces can be found on the studio-recorded online lectures page.

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