Panopto is a software-based lecture capture solution that Loyola will be piloting during the Spring and Summer 2013 academic terms. If you are a faculty member who is interested in prerecording lectures or capturing live classroom sessions to share with your students, then this may be the tool for you. For more information, please contact Christina Bello at ext. 5-6650 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Once your Panopto account has been created, you will receive an email with a temporary password. Login to Panopto using your UVID (e.g. jsmith) and temporary password: http://luc.hosted.panopto.com.
- You will be prompted to change your password after you login.
- Locate the instructor's folder to access recordings for a course.
- For questions related to Panopto, contact email@example.com.
- Learn how to view recorded content: Overview of the Panopto Viewer (Video)
- Recording a Session: Quickstart for Faculty (PDF)
- What is Panopto?
Panopto is a lecture capture platform that provides the ability to record screen content and video of the instructor simultaneously. Panopto can be used in classrooms on campus that are equipped with a built-in video recording system or from any PC or laptop. With Panopto software, both sources are combined into a single media file for distribution to students. Panopto offers a significant improvement over previous lecture capture software by providing a straightforward interface for basic recording and a more seamless production of video files; there are also more advanced recording and editing features available.
- How can I be a part of the pilot?
As part of a pilot project, we are looking for instructors who are interested in using the lecture capture system and would be willing to take part in an evaluation. We would also request that your students answer a brief survey at the end of the semester. If you are interested in participating, please contact Christina Bello at ext. 5-6650 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Will there be integration with Sakai?
Yes, Panopto will be integrated with Sakai by the Fall 2013 semester.