Intro Video vs Intro Video: How things have changed in 7 years

What has - and hasn't - changed about how we design and produce promotional or introductory course videos.


Teaching with Zoom

In this recording:

  1. Creating and scheduling a meeting
  2. Presenting content
  3. View/download recording, reports and captions/transcriptions
  4. Share recordings in Quercus
  5. Build interactivity and breakout rooms

Watch the recording



SCORM and Quercus aren't always the best of friends - but this article includes some tips to help them play nicely together. 


TA Training: Top 10 Quercus Questions

For first time TAs (well, all TAs really), adminstering Quercus can be a challenge. With your new role in the course, there's a lot more functionality to explore (in fact, you have all the same permissions as an Instructor, minus that you cannot add or remove users). This PDF version of the session reviews what we think are the Top 10 TA-asked Quercus questions - but you ranked them! (You can also view the presentation online.)


Why not try a Lightboard Video?

We know how much students love lectures given on chalkboards - they are organically paced, limited by the speed of a person's writing. They are unique, personal, and custom to the topic at hand. But, if you're creating online video content, why not try a Lightboard video?


How do you get from here to there?

One of the most common questions that we get in the EdTech Office is regarding how we take an idea and turn it into a finished project. We thought we'd expose this process, using a recent video project for the Engineering and Computer Science Library. 


What is a SCORM package?

What is SCORM?

When you're building course modules, you may hear members of your Education Technology team refer to something that sounds like "storm" packages. Don't worry, you're not the only one who has no idea what they are talking about. First thing though - it's not storm, it's SCORM. And you'd be right if you guessed that stands for a very hard to remember full title. So, here we go:

S - Shareable

C - Content

O - Object