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Increasing teaching presence in online, blended, and f2f learning

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 (design). Instructors can increase teaching presence through recorded lectures (direct instruction), along with opportunities to interact on in-class assignments and provide feedback to students (facilitation). 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.

Part 1 – David Wicks provides an overview of how to use Camtasia Relay. (12:39)

Part 2 – Baine Craft shares how he uses Camtasia Relay for face-to-face and online learning. (13:22)

Part 3 – Geri Mason shares how she uses Camtasia Relay for blended learning. (13:40)

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