This series of video tutorials will show you how you can present various types of content in a Teams meeting, record a meeting and upload the recording to Ensemble and Moodle for students to view later.
Recording a more traditional lecture presentation in the comfort of your own home is a lot easier than you might think. Using any iOS device, such as an iPhone or iPad, you can record yourself delivering your lecture content without any additional equipment. All you need to do is install the application ‘Ensemble Video’ from […]
You can use our campus video server, Ensemble Video, to create video quizzes similar in nature to the kinds of quizzes you might have seen on MOOCs or other online courses. These quizzes can ask different questions at specific points in the video playback, and can even prevent the students from skipping ahead. Once the […]
While you can use Ensemble Anthem or the Ensemble Video App to record content to add to your library, sometimes you want to add a video file that you already have, so that you can embed that file in Moodle or provide a link to your students. Here’s a quick video about how to do […]
Ensemble Anthem is a software package that we have available for all faculty to use which will allow recording of content that can (optionally) be placed right on Moodle automatically. Anthem allows you to record: Your webcam and microphone only Your computer screen and microphone only Your computer screen and microphone with a small picture-in-picture […]