Panopto Lecture Capture

Samples, Tutorials and Workshops

Panopto is the Screen Capture/Lecture Capture Program used at MDC to record live lectures or pre-record lessons for a variety of delivery methods. You will need to request an account and class folder using the link below. CT&D provides several different workshops and assistance in the CT&D labs.

For assistance in classrooms, contact the Media Services Department at your Campus.

Request an Account and Folder.

Once your account is created, you will receive an email directing you to log on and change your password. Your username will be the same as your College login, but you will select and maintain your own password.

Resource Page - including links to Tutorials, Videos, etc.

  • Simple “record and go” functionality
  • Multi-camera, PowerPoint, Screen capture
  • Automatic indexing (thumbnails, text search)
  • Integrated note taking
  • Multi-format support – Windows Media, MP3, Podcast

Training and Account Creation Assistance:
Please email
rberger@mdc.edu if you need assistance.

Tips for Using Panopto in the Flipped Classroom.
Workshops
  • CTD0270a - 2 for 1: Capture and Podcast Your Lectures - Covers basics, editing and output options (9 hours FPD)
  • CTD0270d - Panopto Classroom Orientation - scheduled by request in Panopto classrooms

If you just just want a Quick and Easy "jump start" we have two other workshops

  • CTD0270e - Panopto Quick and Easy - 2-hour hands-on overview
  • CTD0270b - Panopto: Editing and Output Options (Pre-req is CTD0270a or CTD0270e –Quick and Easy)
Samples:
 

 
 
What is Panopto Lecture Capture ?
CourseCast Case Study: Miami-Dade College
Mark Nestor, former CIO of Miami-Dade College's Medical Campus, gives an overview of lecture capture technology, including a run-down of CourseCast use at MDC.
 
  
Features:
  • Simple “record and go” functionality
  • Multi-camera, PowerPoint, Screen capture
  • Automatic indexing (thumbnails, text search)
  • Integrated note taking
  • Multi-format support – Windows Media, MP3, Podcast
 
You can also contact one of the Instructional Designers/Trainers for assistance.   CTD has the software and camera set up in most of the Labs if you would like to stop by and record, practice, or get assistance

Rhonda Berger – rberger@mdc.edu

Victor Nwankwo – vnwankw1@mdc.edu