This page has been created to support the WSU Graduate School Professional Development workshop called “Teaching in the Modern World” from September 28, 2017. Please direct any questions to Dr. Carolyn Speer at IDA@wichita.edu.
Use the Panopto Editor to trim sections from the beginning, end, or middle of your recording.
Use the Panopto interface to automatically generate closed captions for a recording. The machine-read captions will require some correction and refinement, but the editing feature is very intuitive to use. The closed captions will be optionally visible or invisible in the Panopto viewer, on mobile devices, or in embedded instances of Panopto recordings.
Replace the thumbnail image or “preview image” that appears to the left of the title/description of the Panopto recordings in a Panopto folder.
There have been a few changes to the Panopto interface at WSU this summer.
If you have taken online classes as a student, you already know that online classes can vary tremendously. Content delivery, course design, and course management work together to create your students’ online class experience. It’s not enough to be a “great teacher” if you hope to succeed online. You will need to be prepared, and your course will need to be optimized for the online environment. This article and the linked materials will help put you on a successful path.
Hello, everyone! Today I presented at the UBTech 2017 Conference in Orlando, Florida. While you might not be able to join me here at this beautiful resort, I’d love to have you take a look at my presentation. My presentation, “Bridging the Gap Part 2: Creating Pedagogical and Technical Training Videos for Faculty and Students”
The standards for face-to-face class accessibility are evolving and codifying through practice and legal action. To ensure that you are always providing the most accessible course you can, make sure to evaluate your delivery methods and decisions on a regular basis.
Congratulations on receiving your first college teaching assignment. The transition you are about to make from student to professor will be exciting, challenging, and scary. You are up to the task. If you are like most graduate students and new professors, it’s likely you have received little instruction on how to teach a college class. This