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There are a number of different options available for creating lectures that you can use for remote teaching in your courses.  For additional resources on using media in Canvas go to: Canvas Media Management Tools

If your media needs to be captioned for accessibility, see: Video Captioning for Accessibility.

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Kaltura Capture

If you would like to record yourself on video talking to your students or capture your screen, we recommend creating a one-time use videos with Kaltura.  You can also create recordings that contain the screen AND video which will allow students to toggle back and forth.  Kaltura is available directly inside of Canvas and available to all students and instructors.

Additional Kaltura information available at: Kaltura

Microsoft PowerPoint Audio Narration

Inside of PowerPoint, you can easily record an audio narration.  PowerPoint has tools to help make this smooth, and you can just record a slide at a time - so don't feel pressure to everything perfect on the first attempt!

  1. Recording Slide Show with Narration and Timing:
  2. Save the PowerPoint as Video:
  3. Upload to Vbrick Rev:
  4. Restrict to your Course:
  5. Link in Canvas:

iPad Screen Recording

Using the iOS 11 or later, there is a built in Screen Recording option available.  You can use this option to record simple demonstrations and lectures on your iPad with audio that can be uploaded and shared with your students.

  1. Record Screen on iOS: How to screen record on an iPad
  2. Upload to Vbrick Rev:
  3. Restrict to your Course:
  4. Link in Canvas:

Webex Meetings

Webex meetings can be recorded, and posted bank to your Canvas course for your students to view.  Webex also allows you to record your screen, webcam and audio.

  1. Go to and login with your Net-ID and Password.
  2. Find your Personal Room, and Start a Meeting.

  3. Make sure you record your Webex Meeting.  It's important to stop the recording, and end the meeting when you have finished.

  4. You will receive an email when the recording is available.  This can take up to 24 hours for the recording to be complete.

  5. Once you have received the recording email, we can upload the video into our streaming site (Vbrick Rev) using this guide Video: Webex Upload

  6. Once the video is uploaded, you can restrict to your Course:

  7. Finally, you can link the video in Canvas:

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