Recorded Lecture Options:
- Adding audio to content:
- Sway: You can record audio within a Sway presentation.
- PowerPoint: You can record audio to any slide of a PowerPoint.
- OneNote: You can record audio to a OneNote page.
- Creating video or screen capture:
- Microsoft Stream (which you can find among your Microsoft 365 apps) offers screen capture. You can record with or without your webcam on, choose the application you want to display, then edit and share the video in Stream.
- PowerPoint has a screen capture option which allows you to capture what you're doing on your computer and then pops it onto a PowerPoint slide.
- On a OneNote 2016 (one of the desktop apps of OneNote) page, you can record a video of yourself using your laptop camera.
- In Microsoft Teams, you can start a video meeting, share your content (e.g., a OneNote page where you have class material and are typing/drawing) and record. You can then share that video file (which shows up in the Teams chat and also in Microsoft Stream, which you can find on your Microsoft 365 homepage).
- On any OneNote page, you can draw using a stylus or mouse. If you don't have a tablet with stylus, you can purchase a digital graphics tablet with stylus that you can plug into a USB port on your laptop. OneNote has "ink to text" and "ink to math" capabilities.
- Microsoft Teams has video conferencing. Click on the calendar and schedule a video meeting or just click "meet now" to start a video conference immediately. You can record a meeting and share the recording, which shows up in the chat and also in Microsoft Stream, which you can find on your Microsoft 365 homepage. Here are useful numbers for capacity of Teams video meetings, etc.