Panopto is the recording system available in our primary classrooms. You know that you can have your class sessions recorded, but did you know that you can set up Panopto on a laptop or your desktop, and record a lecture or module in advance of class time? That you can set up class sessions so that they can be viewed live? That you or students can make your own annotations of the recording, both live and after the fact? Come learn more when Academic Technologies presents tricks to getting the most out of Panopto.
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