The CFE is here to help you navigate the many options for designing, recording, and delivering course videos as well as help you decide the best software and hardware choices for your project.

  • Sakai streaming video tool, Warpwire: Similar to YouTube, but securely housed within your course Sakai site, this tool allows you and your students to record and upload video, audio, and image files for streaming online. Videos may be private, available only to prescribed groups such as your class, or open to the public. Additionally, instructors may view detailed analytics for who is watching and when.
  • Camtasia Video Recorded/Editor: With Camtasia, you may record a screen capture, narrate over a PowerPoint presentation as well as edit and produce your videos for online delivery all on your PC.
  • Voicethread:  Integrated into each of you Sakai sites, Voicethread allows you to post images, documents and videos, and then narrate, comment, and draw over presentations.
  • Explain Everything: This 3rd party application is an affordable, easy-to-use design, screencasting, and interactive whiteboard app that lets you animate, record, and annotate your video presentations.
  • Audacity: Audacity® is free, open source, cross-platform audio software for multi-track recording and editing.
  • Adobe Premiere: Part of the Adobe Creative Cloud supported on campus, Premiere is a professional level video editing software.
  • Media Resources Center (MRC): Housed in the lower level of the Undergraduate Library, the MRC offers an Audio/video media lab, equipment check-out, video transfer services, and support for faculty and students.