The CTL staff can assist faculty on small-scale video production projects. If you would like more information or to set up a consultation, contact hybrid coordinator, Tamara Gubernat.
For an overview of best practices in video production, see the CTL’s Video Production Guide.
A/V Equipment and Services
The Baruch Computing and Technology Center offers a range of audio visual services and equipment, including lecture recording and on-site a/v assistance. These services require advance notice. See this BCTC page for more detailed information and to access the reservation form.
The CTL helps faculty members who are teaching online and hybrid courses build video lectures that integrate other media. CTL Staff are happy to work with faculty members to determine the best solution for creating, hosting, and serving asynchronous instructional media.
Baruch has several licenses for Camtasia, a powerful screen recording and video editing software package, but there are a variety of ways to go about this. A brief demonstration that CTL Writing Fellow Josh Katz-Rosene created using Camtasia is below.
OfficeMix is a plugin for Mircosoft PowerPoint that offers some similar functions as Camtasia including screen capture and video editing. The presentation below was designed by Ethan Kinroy for the CTL Hyrbidization Seminar in order to demonstrate the capabilites of OfficeMix.
- Office Mix Demonstration (PowerPoint download; Limited functionality if viewing on a Mac)