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To create a video out of what's on your screen, share your screen and then enable the recording functionality in Zoom. The contents of the screen and your microphone's input will be recorded and turned into a .mp4 file.
A free Chrome extension that helps users create 'screencasts' - video of what is on their screen, combined with audio from the microphone. Videos can be edited in-browser and exported directly into your Google Drive.
VoiceThread is a tool that allows users to narrate over slides and invite viewers to interact with slides. Augsburg has a subscription - use the 'find my institution' tool to log in, or access VoiceThread from Moodle.
Check this page for a list of audio-visual equipment available for checkout through the library, including audio recorders, projectors, camcorders, and tripods. Contact the library for availability and checkout periods.
A guide to searching for free-to-use video on many different platforms, including the Internet Archive, TED, and Vimeo. This guide is targeted towards instructors but can be useful for students as well!
Scroll up and down for guides on image searching, audio/music searching, and general searching.
Search Tip: You can also search for videos on more familiar platforms like Google or YouTube - just be sure to filter your search so that only materials that are free to reuse show up in your results. On YouTube, run a search and then select 'filter > Creative Commons.' On Google, run a search and then go to tools (for Google Images) or 'advanced search' (for a standard web search). Find the field labeled 'usage rights' and select the option that corresponds to your needs.