Video for Students


Get started in learning how to plan, capture, produce, and submit videos to Canvas, beginning on this page.

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  • Infographic in Support of Using Media for Student Engagement This Infographic-21-Reasons-Video-Increase-Engagement is supported pretty well with links to research at the bottom of the infographic. @import url(; #pgc-2657-0-0 { width:100%;width:calc(100% - ( 0 * 30px ) ) } #pl-2657 #panel-2657-0-0-0 { } #pl-2657 .so-panel { margin-bottom:30px } #pl-2657 .so-panel:last-child { margin-bottom:0px } @media (max-width:780px){ #pg-2657-0.panel-no-style, #pg-2657-0.panel-has-style > .panel-row-style { -webkit-flex-direction:column;-ms-flex-direction:column;flex-direction:column } #pg-2657-0 > .panel-grid-cell , ...
  • Screencasting with Canvas Studio (Arc Video) Using Arc Video in Canvas, you can record a screencast of a website or a software operation for instructional purposes, in minutes.  The screencast is saved and embedded in a content page, discussion posting, or any Canvas content that uses the rich content editor.  Students may be prompted to discuss the presentation on the video ...
  • Transferring a video from a camcorder to a Windows 10 PC This screencast tutorial assumes that you are choosing the “browse files” option when you connect your camcorder to a PC.  Similar procedures are used for the Macintosh. 

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