ASU resources for video lectures
Tips and Tricks for Creating Accessible Video Lectures: ASU TeachOnline article that gives how-tos for making videos that meet all learners' needs, including using captioning, verbally describing images you show on slides, and more.
Slide template for video lectures - The College: This presentation can be used as a template, and it also lists video lecture best-practices and resources in the speaker notes.
- Alternatively, use the ASU Brandguide slides template: https://brandguide.asu.edu/execution-guidelines/presentations
Media studios for ASU Online courses: Studios are run by EdPlus video and audio specialists to serve faculty teaching oCourses in fully-online programs. Make an appointments, get tips, and watch example videos on this website.
Video recording tools
Screencast-o-matic - for all ASU staff, faculty, and students
ScreenPal (formerly Screencast-o-matic, or SOM) is a screen recording tool available for ASU faculty, staff, and students. Quickly create and edit videos from your computer with the option of recording yourself, your screen, or both.
Zoom and Youtube
Zoom resources: Use your ASU Zoom account to record web-based interviews. Upload the recording to MediaPlus or YouTube.
Create videos using YouTube and post to Canvas
Video streaming services
MediaPlus - for immersion and iCourses
ASU uses MediaPlus as their video hosting service for immersion, hybrid, and iCourses. You may upload videos you've recorded to this platform, and it generates links or embed codes you can use to display your videos in Canvas. MediaPlus also has a Canvas integration built into the text/ content editor of your courses, so you can embed videos directly into Canvas from MediaPlus. MediaPlus provides computer-generated captions that require instructor editing. https://tech.asu.edu/mediaplus
Wistia - for ASU Online courses
ASU Online uses Wistia as their video hosting service (an alternative to MediaPlus) for oCourses (courses in fully online programs). Media specialists record videos in the ASU Online studios and upload them to Wistia, which you or your ASU Online Instructional Designer can embed in your Canvas courses. For captioning in Wistia, see https://wistia.com/support/player/captions