Capturing Instructor Presence
Located in the Johnson Center on the Fairfax campus, the CLUB provides training and support for faculty and students. The walk-in lab features ten PC workstations, two Mac workstations, a help bar, and collaborative spaces. This includes digital imaging, Camtasia video editing software, web development, a Scantron scoring machine, scanning, and a host of other software applications. Contact the CLUB at email@example.com or 703-993-3141. Visit the CLUB website for more information.
GMU-TV develops educational content for free for Mason’s online and on-campus courses. Whether it is an entire course taught via video, a single lecture, or simply supplemental video material to be used in your class, GMU-TV can help. Contact GMU-TV at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-993-3110. Visit the GMU-TV website to learn more about available services.
Kaltura is a video management tool that allows faculty and students to easily create, host, and share video and audio inside the Blackboard course environment. The Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder enables easy recording with automated publishing and interactive viewing. Kaltura videos work on any computer, tablet, or mobile device and are streamed, so students will not have to download any video files.
Supported by ITS, Kaltura is free for all Mason faculty, staff, and students. Visit the Courses Support website for more details.
The One Button Studio is a simplified video recording setup where faculty and students can create high-quality video projects. Just bring a flash drive with you and push a single button to record. Managed by Mason’s Gateway Library, the studio is located in the Johnson Center on the Fairfax campus. Visit the University Libraries website for more information and to schedule a studio appointment.