By Melissa Lockhart, Learning Technology Manager
Whether in the classroom, in the office or at home, video has become a mainstay of teaching, learning and communicating. A Pew Research Center survey indicates that YouTube and Facebook dominate the Social Media landscape. When comparing the two platforms, YouTube appears to have edged slightly ahead of Facebook, according to the study.
What’s the one thing that all of these platforms have in common? They use video to relay information. And participants respond better to video – especially short videos. Many people are “visual” and respond and retain visual stimuli. So whether you want to use video for the classroom, create a “how to,” or just gush at adorable puppies and kittens, video is the way to go.
Video doesn’t have to be hard to create. And that’s where Clemson Online is here to help. For free. Not a typo, it’s really free. Really.
Toward that end, Clemson Online is hosting a series of how-to classes to get you started.
Ever wondered how you can capture and edit video from your Mac computer or IOS devices? Join us on Oct. 30, 2018 for our video training classes, held in McAdams 142.
Register at this link.
Here’s the agenda:
9:30 – 10:45 a.m. Introduction to Camtasia 2018 for Mac Users
TechSmith’s ATD Master Trainer Jason Valade for a high-level look at Camtasia 2018 for Mac Users.
11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Bring your own Lunch: Capturing and Editing Video with your Mac and IOS Devices
Apple’s Campus Representative Will Ruark for a high-level look at applications that come on Apple devices that can be used to create videos.
12:30 – 1:45 p.m. A Deeper Look at Camtasia 2018 for Mac Users
TechSmith’s ATD Master Trainer Jason Valade for A Deeper Dive into Camtasia for Mac Users.
2 – 3:30 p.m. Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro for Mac Users
CCIT’s Adobe Trainer Jan Lay will give participants a high-level overview of Adobe Premiere Pro for Mac users.
Visit Clemson Online’s Tools pages for additional resources regarding Camtasia. Visit CCIT’s Adobe Creative Cloud Training page to sign up for additional training on Adobe products. Email ITHELP@clemson.edu for assistance with any of these products.