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These procedures show how to upload a video, such as a PowerPoint video, directly to Canvas Content (a page, an assignment, a discussion topic or post, or a quiz), using Canvas Studio.  The procedures also show how to automatically load …

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Using a current and supported version of PowerPoint, you can record audio narration to slides, and export the slide show to a video file that can then be uploaded to the Web, in a Canvas Course, YouTube, or other hosting …

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The following guide shows how a Word document of multiple choice quiz questions must be formatted for it to be uploaded successfully into Canvas.  All references to CID in this document are meant to indicate the Department of Academic Technology …

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USF faculty can be enabled to record audio narration to Powerpoint and publish the presentation as a video for distribution on the web.  This presentation shows that you can publish a Powerpoint video to Microsoft Stream, complete with closed captioning.  …

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When the Spring 2020 term begins, instructors will encounter a new and yet familiar Canvas Gradebook.  The new version has more conveniences, flexibility, and functionality as depicted in this comprehensive 6-7 minute video from Canvas.  We think you will like …

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If you have old videos that were shot on camcorders using outdated formats (e.g., VHS or hi-8) and then digitized into your computer, they may not be playable if they are in old unrecognizable formats. A free utility called “Handbrake” …

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Educational Technologist Glen Gummess, Ed.D., reviews “DaVinci Resolve,” a free, open source video editor that fits on a PC or Mac and can be used to edit instructional videos.

The following screencast walks you through the steps of posting an event to the calendar available in the MyUSF Portal.

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