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self-help technology resources for the Towson University community. (For other non-profit use please refer to our copyright information.) To open a publication or play a movie tutorial, click on its title. If your browser does not properly display the publication, you may need to install a free copy of Adobe Reader. If your browser does not properly display the movie, you may need to install a free copy of Adobe Flash Player. To search this page for a specific word or phrase, press Ctrl-F.
Panopto: Provisioning Blackboard for Use
Before you can begin recording using
Panopto, you must first provision (prepare
and equip) your Blackboard Account. This
self-help document will step you through the
Panopto: Downloading the Recorder
If you wish to use Panopto from your home
PC, you must first download the Panopto
Focus Recorder. This self-help document will
step you through the process.
Panopto: Sharing a Presentation Panopto is a great way to capture a
lecture and share it using Blackboard. After
creating your video, you must then add it to
a Blackboard course - it is not
automatically added to the course. This
self-help document will help you to add your
video to the Blackboard course.
Panopto: Creating a Drop Box
Enabling a drop box on a folder will grant
students the ability to record and submit
content to a Professor's folder. This
self-help document will guide you through
the steps in creating a drop box
Panopto: Using the iPhone App
Recording and viewing sessions in Panopto
can also be achieved using the Panopto iOS
application on an iPhone (or iPad). In this
self-help document, you will be given a
basic overview of how to use the iOS app.
Panopto: Recording from a Mac
The Panopto Mac Recorder can record a
computer screen, video, audio,
PowerPoint/Keynote or any combination
thereof. This self-help document will cover
making a recording on a Mac with Panopto.