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Excellence in Teaching Series
College of Engineering Excellence In Teaching Series
The series is hosted by the COE ad-hoc Committee on Continuous Improvement of Teaching and Learning (CITL).

UPCOMING WORKSHOP: "Using Camtasia in the Classroom" by Dr. Carl Nelson

Camtasia is an audiovisual screen capture tool that provides the opportunity for relatively flexible and full-featured lecture capture. It can be used for archiving in-class lecture/discussion as well as pre-loading content in the spirit of the "flipped" classroom. Techniques for using Camtasia will be discussed as well as some alternative tools and extensions (such as Camtasia Relay, a more classroom-dependent lecture capture service). Benefits and limitations of this technology for teaching will be explored. Registration is not required.
  • Omaha Campus: Tuesday, April 22, 2014 / 12:30 -1:30 p.m. / PKI 250
  • Lincoln Campus: Thursday, April 24, 2014 / 12:30 -1:30 p.m. / SEC 237
About the Speaker: Dr. Carl Nelson is associate professor of Mechanical & Materials Engineering. His research interests lie broadly in the areas of robotics and mechanical systems design and analysis, with a specific emphasis on medical applications. He has several years of experience using Camtasia in the classroom.
Past workshops will be archived here and can be viewed as videos.
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