Digital Media and Learning Technology

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Dr. Gallman presenting a lightboard lecture on CNS

Lightboard/Glassboard

“Lightboard is a glass chalkboard pumped full of light. It’s for recording video lecture topics. You face toward your viewers, and your writing glows in front of you.”

Lightboard recordings allow you to work through your lecture much as you would at a traditional whiteboard. However, you are facing the camera rather than having your back turned and your gestures and gesticulations are captured as you create on-screen.

Reach out to Flint to schedule.


Poll Everywhere

One of the hallmarks of the AU/UGA Medical Partnership has always been our commitment to active learning – active engagement between instructor and learner and the content. An Audience Response System(ARS) like Poll Everywhere can help.


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Screen Recording

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video editing

Editing Video

  • Windows Moviemaker
    • Note that Windows 10 also has a shortcut to launch Video Editor. Open the Start menu then search for Video Editor to locate.
  • Apple iMovie

Echo360

Echo360 is the video hosting platform for Augusta University and it’s analogous to a secure YouTube.

Documentation and help topics are available here

We also use Echo360 for the recording system in Russell Hall 202 and 228 for scheduled recordings of Large Group sessions.


Zoom

We use the UGA instance of Zoom. Zoom is an online meeting tool that allows for video or audio conferencing from desktops or mobile devices. Zoom features include video conferencing, VOIP or telephone audio, desktop sharing and collaboration tools, as well as personalized desktop control.