This page contains some of the other technologies that can be utilised in the delivery of online teaching. Please select from the menu below.

 

Voice Recordings
PowerPoint

Camtasia
eStream

 

Voice Recordings

iOS

The best way to capture audio on an iPhone or iPad is to use the built-in Voice Memos app.

More information on how to do this can be found here

 

Android

By default many Android devices do not come with a default voice recorder. After scouring the web the consensus is that ASR Voice Recorder gets the most recommendations.

You can download the app from the Google Play Store

 

Windows 10

Windows 10 comes with its own sound recorder built in and is very simple to use.

More information on how to use the recorder can be found here

 

Mac OS

Apple Macs also have a built in sound recorder via the Voice Memos app that comes with the operating system.

Instructions on use can be found here

 

 

PowerPoint

Record a slide show with narration and slide timings

You can use the in-built functionalty of PowerPoint to record your voice and set timings for slides in order to create a self-running presentation that can be shared online.

Follow this guide for more information

 

Rehearsing your presentation

It might be a good idea if you do want to record your PowerPoint presentation with narration and timings to rehearse beforehand. This handy video will tell you more.

 

 

Camtasia

Record audio and video

Another way to capture your presentations is as a screen recording using Camtasia. You can find out more about getting Camtasia here on your UEA or home computer.

Then follow this guide showing the best way to record audio and video

 

 

eStream Web Recorder

You can also record live video and audio using the eStream Web recorder. To access go to utv.uea.ac.uk and log in. Then from the menu bar at the top click on Create and then Web Recorder from the options. Note: You will need Google Chrome in order to use this facility.

More instructions on how to use the web recorder can be found here