Camtasia Clemson

 

Ability activity allows application assignments audio Camtasia Studio classroom Clemson University cognitive load collaborative College Computer Science concept course create Design Coach devices digital ink digital pen draw e-flashcards e-Reader Engineering Evaluation example experience feedback Flashcards formative assessment grade Hammond. TechSmith Camtasia 2019: The Essentials (Paperback or Softback) See more like this. 2017 CLEMSON at VIRGINIA TECH FOOTBALL PROGRAM (BEAMER, VICK, SMITH, DALE CVR +. All technical questions should be sent to [email protected] For more immediate assistance from CCIT staff, call (864) 656-3494 or use CCIT chat. Outage information on large systems like Canvas and Ensemble can be found on CCIT SYSTEMS STATUS Page. Clemson, SC Collaborated with faculty to develop interactive. Student-centered, online courses Integrated educational technologies such as Camtasia and PowerPoint.

Education

  • M.Ed., Online Innovation and Design (2019), University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • M.A., International Relations (2012), University of Chicago
  • B.A., International Studies and Music (2009), Bradley University

Instructional Design and Teaching Experiences

Clemson Online, Clemson University

Digital Learning Strategist, October 2016–Present

  • Collaborate with faculty and Clemson Online team members to design, develop, and revise engaging and accessible student-centered online undergraduate, graduate, and noncredit courses
  • Create engaging and interactive e-learning content and learning objects using a variety of tools, including Camtasia, Canvas, and Microsoft Office
  • Apply UDL principles to ensure that online courses and programs adhere to all federal, state, and accreditation standards
  • Review online courses using quality assurance processes
  • Serve as support to Clemson Online’s liaison for the College of Education
  • Coordinate and design non-credit and extension Clemson courses

LSU Online, Louisiana State University

Design and Development Consultant, March 2019–Present

  • Partner with faculty to transform their face-to-face courses into engaging online experiences
  • Review instructional materials according to best practices, building the courses in Moodle
  • Create and deploy learning artifacts (infographics, videos, etc.) to ensure student engagement

University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK

Adjunct Instructor of Political Science, Aug 2013–Dec 2015

  • Courses taught: Civic Engagement, Introduction to Political Science (4 sections), and American Government (3 sections)
  • Delivered 300 hours of course to traditional and nontraditional students, including military students, full-time working professionals, high school students, international students, and students with disabilities
  • Developed and taught an asynchronous online course using Blackboard in Fall 2015
Clemson

Gordon State College, Barnesville, GA

Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Aug 2012–May 2013

  • Courses taught: 200-level Comparative Politics course and 100-level American government course (2 sections) to traditional and nontraditional students at a community college
  • End-of-term student evaluations rated my performance well above both division and school averages

Contract Instructional Writing Experiences

  • Saylor Academy, Sept. 2016- present, as needed: Serve as a political science and history subject matter expert and instructional writer for the development of free online courses, developed using OERs
  • Adapt Courseware, Jan 2014-June 2014: Wrote adaptive e-Learning activities and assessments for use in online college courses
  • Boundless Learning, May 2012-May 2013: Compiled and edited digital textbook alternatives for undergraduate US history and political science courses using OER materials

Instructional Design Skills

  • Learning Management Systems: Canvas (expert), Moodle and Blackboard (intermediate), Desire2Learn (basic)
  • Universal Design for Learning and Section 508
  • E-Learning Content Authoring Tools and Graphic Design Tools: Camtasia, Audacity, Illustrator, Canva, Adobe Spark, VoiceThread
  • Office Software: Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides
  • Quality Assurance: ENCORE and Quality Matters
  • Project Management and Collaboration Tools
  • Excellent Written and Oral Communication Skills

Below is a table listing the learning technology used in several Clemson courses. Click on the name (not image) of any tool to access the tool's details page. If you need to compare similar tools, click on a column heading to reorganize the table contents by that column.

Camtasia Studio Online

Remember: All of the tools used in your course and the content posted within those tools must meet security, privacy (including FERPA), and copyright requirements. They must also meet accessibility requirements unless you have an equally effective alternate access plan that can be quickly implemented if the need arises.

Table of Tools

Tools
Tool Name Category RolesCreated by Supported by
Adobe Connect (Recordings)Video ConferencingFaculty (primarily),
Student
Adobe[email protected]
(Clemson) BoxCloud StorageFaculty,
Student
Box.com[email protected]
CamtasiaInstructional Video,
Authoring
Faculty,
Student
TechSmith[email protected]
CanvasLearning Management System,
Authoring
Faculty,
Student
Instructure[email protected]
EnsembleInstructional VideoFaculty (primarily),
Student
Ensemble Video[email protected]
Ensemble StudioInstructional Video,
Authoring
Faculty (primarily),
Student
Ensemble Video[email protected]
FlipgridInstructional Video,
Collaboration,
Authoring
Faculty,
Student
Flipgrid[email protected]
Google DriveCloud Storage,
Collaboration
Faculty,
Student
Google[email protected]
iClicker ClassicAssessment ToolsFaculty,
Student
Macmillan[email protected]
iClicker CloudAssessment ToolsFacultyMacmillan[email protected]
iClicker REEF PollingAssessment ToolsStudentMacmillan[email protected]
LightboardInstructional Video,
Authoring
Faculty,
Student
Clemson Online[email protected]
OneDriveCloud Storage,
Collaboration
Faculty,
Student
Microsoft[email protected]
Respondus 4.0Assessment Tools,
Authoring
Faculty (primarily),
Student
Respondus[email protected]
Assessment ToolsFaculty (primarily),
Student
Respondus[email protected]
Respondus MonitorAssessment ToolsFaculty (primarily),
Student
Respondus[email protected]
RPNow (Remote Proctor Now)Assessment ToolsFaculty (primarily),
Student
PSI[email protected]
Skype for BusinessVideo ConferencingFaculty,
Student
MicrosoftUnsupported,
but CCIT may help.
Swivl RobotInstructional Video,
Authoring
FacultySwivl[email protected]
TurnitinAssessment ToolsFaculty (primarily),
Student
Turnitin[email protected]
VoiceThreadInstructional Video,
Collaboration,
Authoring
Faculty,
Student
VoiceThread[email protected]
WebEx MeetingVideo Conferencing,
Authoring
Faculty,
Student
Cisco[email protected]
Zoom MeetingVideo Conferencing,
Authoring
Faculty,
Student
Zoom[email protected]

Camtasia Clemson University

All technical questions should be sent to [email protected]

For more immediate assistance from CCIT staff, call (864) 656-3494 or use CCIT chat.

Outage information on large systems like Canvas and Ensemble can be found on CCIT SYSTEMS STATUS Page.

Camtasia

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Recommending New Tools

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