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Looking to host, record, or live-stream lectures and presentations? Staff and faculty can create learning materials from a Mediasite-enabled classroom, from your laptop, or upload pre-recorded content. Videos can be shared to through Canvas, email, or the web.
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If your video will be used in a class with a student who needs audio captions, captioning is legally required. The CSU system contracts with AutomaticSync, a captioning provider, and their service is integrated with Mediasite. This setup allows you to simply, and easily request that your videos be captioned. Depending on whether your content is delivered live or recorded for playback, you may also need to explore captioning options available via Zoom. A comparison guide is offered below to help identify the tool(s) best suited to your usecase.
Faculty and staff can create an account and upload video by signing into Mediasite.
A SacLink account is required to view any content posted in Mediasite, so content posted to a course is secure.
If there is a need to have a different audience view the content, like having a video open to the public, contact our Learning Space Services team.
Looking to create more engaging video content? Faculty interested in creating recorded content can use the Instructional Recording Studio to record and edit material in a number of ways. The Learning Glass gives faculty a floating whiteboard for lecture content, as seen in this video from San Diego State University. All the the equipment needed to produce professional recording are made avalible, with the Learning Space Services team close by for any questions.
Mediasite lecture capture technology allows an instructor to easily video record their lectures at selected locations on campus (AIRC 1010, AIRC 1011, Del Norte Hall 1004, Douglass Hall 208, and Library 53) and off campus (Sac State Downtown 111). These classrooms use the Mediasite system which records the classroom video, audio, and the podium content that displays on the classroom projector. Recordings can then be shared with students in various ways, for example, via a link shared within a Canvas course.
Faculty and staff each have 10GB of storage space to upload video content. For those with more video content, our Learning Space Services team can help. They will help review usage and provide addition space as needed.
Mediasite is capable of providing analytics and reports. Reports can range from viewing times, percentage of the video watched, and hot and cold spots of the video to see how engaged the audience is. Submit a request with our Learning Space Services’ team to generate and provide consultations about the data.