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If you are interested in moving lecture courses online for the next few weeks and are able to use Zoom...

here is a cheat sheet:
Open Zoom and click on New Meeting
To be able to show and narrate a powerpoint in zoom, click on Share:
Then click on the screen you'd like your students to be able to see. Mine will be Screen 1.

Then click Share on lower right hand corner of the window.
Next, use the slideshow command to play your powerpoint. If you are using two monitors, you may need to make sure that the Powerpoint and the little window of your face (from zoom) are both showing up on the monitor that says "ID number of meeting and STOP SHARE" at the top:
Once everything appears the way you want it on the screen that you will be sharing, you can begin RECORDING. here's how you do it. Go to the top of the screen above the "ID number/Stop Share" button. A new menu will appear in black and white.

Click on the "More" button:
Clicking on "More" will activate a little drop down with the option to "Record on this Computer."
When you're done, click on "Stop Share" at the top. Now your video will just be recording your big giant FACE. Then you can say goodbye & click on END MEETING in the lower right corner of the GIANT FACE SCREEN. Here is MY GIANT FACE getting ready to click on "End Meeting"
Now it will ask what you wanna do.
Say "End Meeting for All."
Now look what the little ZOOM man is doing! He's converting your recording to a video! see...
This video is now saved in a folder hiding on your computer called "Zoom". When you find this folder, you'll see a folder with today's date on it. Open it and there are three things inside.

The VIDEO is the one marked with the traffic cone:
Now you have a video! You can share it various ways. I upload mine to my youtube channel and embed it in my course website to stream.
But you can also just post the file for students to download.
Or you could just email them the file for them to play on their computers.
NOTE: research suggests that SHORTER videos are better for online instruction. Under 5 min is best.
Mine is 10 min, but I started by introducing them to my dog to get them interested... so i figured I bought an additional 5 minutes lol!

Here is my video lecture about media effects experiments. It is the first part of a two part series.

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