Video and Collaboration

Record a video clip to include in my course

 

Panopto  

Panopto can be used to upload or record video from your webcam or mobile device.  These videos can easily be included in your course material on Canvas. Go to our Panopto page for instructions on how to use Panopto. Panopto is the recommended video recording platform as it has no limits on the amount of video that can be recorded.

 

Canvas  

Canvas allows the recording of shorter video snippets using it’s in-built video recorder. The Canvas support pages contains information on how to create your own video snippets

Deliver an interactive online lecture/tutorial to my students

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams can be used by all staff and students to host live meetings. Learn How to Use Microsoft Teams to support teaching, and checkout the Microsoft Teams Cheatsheet

Canvas 

Canvas allows two way communication between you, the lecturer, and your students. The Canvas support community has more information on Canvas Conferences. Log in to Canvas

 

 

 

Record my on campus lecture/presentation

Panopto 

Panopto is the tool to use to record lectures in UCC. Our dedicated Panopto page should provide you will all the necessary information.

Live Stream\Webinar a presentation or event

Panopto 

Panopto is the recommended tool that can be used to live stream events taking place on campus or from any laptop. This link shows you how to setup a live stream in advance using Panopto. See our dedicated Panopto page for more information.

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams also supports live streaming and webinars. This solution is recommended where more interactivity is required, for example where there are multiple remote presenters and where a Live Q&A chat box is required. Go to our Micrsoft Teams Cheat Sheet sheet page for recommended use of Teams for conferencing. To create a live public event or 250+ person event in Teams see these instructions 

Google Meet 

Google meet also has an increased limit of 250 participants per call. Live streaming is available with an increased audience limit of up to 100,000 viewers within a domain.  The ability to record meetings and save them to Google Drive. Go to this page for training & help or here for the Google Meet Cheat Sheet. IT Services Google Meet service webpage is here.

ZOOM - Not Supported in UCC

UCC does not hold a Zoom site license and therefore is unable provide technical support for the use of Zoom.

View further information.

Invite an off campus guest to participate remotely in an on campus lecture

 

Microsoft Teams, Meet, Vscene.

  • All these solutions can be used to invite someone external to participate in a lecture taking place in UCC.

 Skype 

  • Skype is also installed on Lecture room PCs if required.

Create a video assignment for my students

Panopto 

 

Library Studio 

  • The Library Studio can be booked by students who are looking to record their own piece to camera but due to Covid 19 is closed until further notice.

Host an online meeting

Microsoft Teams

Google Meet

 Microsoft TeamsGoogle Meet
Campus Licence available through UCC Yes Yes
Data protection agreement with UCC Yes Yes
Supported by IT Services Yes Yes
Online Chat Yes Yes
One-to-One or One-to-Group calls Up to 25 participants Up to 100 participants
Scheduled Meetings Up to 250 participants up to 250 participants
Live Webinar/Event Streaming Up to 10,000 participants Up to 100,000 participants
Recording Available Yes (saved to O365 Stream) Yes (saved to Google Drive)
External Participants Yes Yes
Create a Meeting through Canvas Yes No

 

 

Test with users in advance where required and read our tips and tricks page for a successful online meeting.

Additional Solutions

Vscene

Vscene can also be used to connect to legacy video conference systems and telephone lines.

Skype 

Skype is also installed on PCs in every lecture room on campus.

Attend an online meeting

If you are attending an online meeting, the meeting organiser should provide you with the access link well in advance. Many organisations use tools such as WebEx, Adobe Connect etc. 

If you have received conference login details from a piece of software you are unfamiliar with, be sure to test it in advance. 

Read our tips and tricks to avoid issues.

Conduct an online interview or a viva voce

Please read the current UCC academic policies for running a Viva Voce at this link

If hosting an online meeting please see our online meeting solutions above.

On return to campus, users will also have the option to borrow an All-in-one Logitech Microphone and Camera from the Library which can connect to any laptop, desktop or Bluetooth-enabled mobile device, providing a higher quality camera, microphone and speaker for your event. This device can be used in conjunction with any of the online meeting solutions.

Audio Visual Media Services

Seirbhísí Meán Closamhairc

Áras na Laoi, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

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