Panopto is a lecture capture tool that allows for an enhanced student learning experience and increased instructional efficiency. Record your screen, audio, and video content in the classroom or from your desktop, laptop, or iOS device. Content is easily uploaded to your Blackboard course. Students can pause, search, review, and add notes to lectures based on their individual learning needs.
What Faculty Are Doing With Panopto
- recording in-class lectures and posting them in Blackboard for students to review
- flipping their course by creating mini-lectures to post in Blackboard
- recording guest speakers in a face-to-face or online course
- capturing student presentations in a face-to-face or online course
- providing an instructor introduction for an online course
To see more about what UNT faculty are doing with Panopto, check out our Testimonials page.
To get started follow this link and fill in the form with your information. You will be asked for contact information, course section information, and expected recording locations. You will also be able to schedule your Panopto introduction. The information you provide will allow us to determine any equipment requirements or additional IT support you may need to use the system successfully wherever you are.
Resources from Panopto
- Windows Recorder Documentation
- Mac Recorder Documentation
- Mobile Apps
- Viewing Panopto Recordings (helpful for students)
Panopto offers accessibility features that allows users to easily navigate and read the Panopto web interface. The web interface supports screen readers for all available creator and viewer interfaces. The web interface also support keyboard access, allowing you to use the tab key to access all available functions. All sessions fully support adding and displaying captions.
When is captioning needed?
- If the sole means of distributing the content takes place via audio or video podcast, captioning or a transcript must be provided as an equivalent alternative for students with visual or auditory disabilities. For example, if you are teaching an online course and you are using a recorded video lecture content as the sole means of distributing content to enrolled students, then you must provide captioning.
In addition, if a recording will be saved and reused in future courses, captioning is also required.
- If the audio or video podcast is an alternative form of content that was already disseminated to students through classroom lecture or other text-based content, no transcript or captioning is required.
Training and Support Contact
Instructional Technologies Technical Support, CLEAR