Video Development FAQs
While it is normal to lecture for an hour at a time in a face-to-face class, an hour video is far too long for most students. The recommendation is to chunk your information into 7-12 minute segments so you do not overwhelm them and it is easier to find and rerecord information.
Becasue you are capturing a video that belongs to another person, this would actually be a copyright infringement. It would be better to link the video separately in your Blackboard course to avoid this.
The amount of recorded lecture time required for an online class varies depending on the program.
- The Bachelor's for Professionals program requires a minimum of 10 hours of recorded lecture for an 11 week course.
- The School of Management MBA and EMBA program goes based on Carnegie hours (50 minutes), but does not have a required amount of time for recording.
The recommended amount is one hour per week of class, but please reach out to one of our instructional designers for further clarification. You can find their contact information here: Contact Us.
You are not required to write a script for your recorded lectures, but you are strongly encouraged to do so. A script will keep you on track, prevent lengthy tangents, and excessive filler words (um's, uh's, ah's). Overall it provides a cleaner lecture for your students.
Existing Videos FAQs
More often than not, this problem is caused by watching your videos in an internet browser other than Firefox. If watching in Firefox does not solve the problem, please reach out to our Lecture Capture Specialist or email email@example.com.
Since you are already signed into Blackboard, select the Sign In button in the top right corner of the Panopto log-in page. From the User Sign-in dropdown menu, select Blackboard, and click Sign In.
Most likely the sharing permissions for the videos are not correct. Go to the video(s) in Panopto. Select the Share icon at the top. From the Sharing dropdown menu, select "Anyone with a link" and save your changes. Ask a student to test this to verify.
This is a problem with the Panopto processing system. It can be fixed through the back end, so please reach out to the Lecture Capture Specialist so they can contact Panopto support.
If you have uploaded a SCORM package to your course (it shows as a package or box in Blackboard), then you can not copy this file individually. You will need to copy the entire module to your new course. If you need help with this, please contact either our Lecture Capture Specialist, or our Learning Technology Support Specialist.
Still having a problem? Contact Kaitlin Hodgdon at firstname.lastname@example.org or x3931