Video for Students

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

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  • Compressing your video on your smart phone Note:  Previous information that stated you could upload your video to Canvas from your smartphone was wrong. Students do not yet have that right. These amended directions will show you that compressing your video on your phone to a manageable size has value to your efforts, especially over a “home internet connection” (DSL speeds).  Here ...
  • Canvas Studio (Arc Video) Overview Canvas Studio (previously “Arc Video”)  is a service that combines media and conversation in a way that builds social engagement with video in Canvas. For faculty, Arc fits well with assignments in creating the ability to assess student videos, creating meaningful discussions, and other collaborative/cooperative learning activities.  Watch the preview video: This video may require you ...
  • Tips for shooting demonstrations. For videos that involve the demonstration of how to do “something”, whether it be working with technology or showing ingredients for a recipe, you will need to consider close-ups to achieve the objective.  A two-person operation, a camera operator and talent, is ideal to achieve the desired result.  But if it’s a one-person job, you’ll ...

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