University of Texas at Austin

Tutorials


Basic Navigation: Panopto within Canvas
Difficulty:  Basic

Related Videos: Giving Students Access to Using Panopto

“Basic Navigation: Panopto within Canvas” by Chloe Reshetar-Jost, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/24/2020

 



Viewing Videos in Canvas vs. Panopto Player
Difficulty:  Basic

“Viewing Panopto Videos: Canvas vs. Panopto Player” by Chloe Reshetar-Jost, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/03/2020



PC: How to Install Panopto on a PC
Difficulty:  Basic

“Downloading and Installing Panopto on the PC” by Regis Junearick, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/23/2020



Mac: How to Install Panopto on a Mac
Difficulty:  Basic

Panopto has been made a default tool in all UT Canvas courses. It will be in the left-hand navigation in your Canvas course. To create course materials faculty will still need to follow steps to install Panopto on their computer or use Panopto Capture.

Need help finding Panopto in Canvas? Watch this tutorial.

“Downloading and Launching Panopto” by Chloe Reshetar-Jost, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/21/2020

 



Using Panopto Capture
Difficulty:  Basic

Using Panopto Capture” by Chloe Reshetar-Jost, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 03/26/2020



Giving Students Access to Using Panopto
Difficulty:  Novice

“Providing your Students Access to Panopto” by Chloe Reshetar-Jost, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/24/2020



Notify Students of New Videos on Canvas
Difficulty:  Novice

This video covers creating an announcement in Canvas, publishing Pages and Modules in Canvas, and enabling Student View in Canvas.

“How do I let my students know that I posted a new video?” by Chloe Reshetar-Jost, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/24/2020 



How to Use Panopto Automatic Captioning
Difficulty:  Novice

“Panopto Automatic Captions Tutorial” by Beth Sarno, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 3/23/2020



Mac: Record a Lecture with PowerPoint for Mac
Difficulty:  Novice

“Recording PowerPoint in Panopto for Mac” by Chris Repka, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/23/20



PC: Record a Lecture with PowerPoint for Windows
Difficulty:  Novice

PowerPoint in Panopto for Windows” by Regis Junearick, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/23/2020



Mac: Add an Existing Video (iMovie) to Canvas
Difficulty:  Novice

“Adding Existing Videos to Panopto” by Aylin Saribudak, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/23/2020



Add a PowerPoint Recording to Canvas
Difficulty:  Novice

After creating a video of your PowerPoint in Panopto, you can add it to a page in Canvas. This is how.

“Adding your PowerPoint Video to Canvas” by Beth Sarno, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/23/2020



Students: How to submit a Panopto video assignment in Canvas
Difficulty:  Novice
This tutorial will show students how to submit a Panopto video assignment in Canvas.


Copying & Moving a Video to a New Folder in Panopto
Difficulty:  Novice
This tutorial shows you how to move a Panopto video to a new folder in Panopto. This is helpful for reusing Panopto videos in multiple classes or from previous courses.


Google Slides with Panopto
Difficulty:  Novice

This video will show you how to record a presentation using Panopto capture and Google slides.

“Google Slides with Panopto” by Mia Eltiste, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 05/29/2020



Trimming Panopto Videos
Difficulty:  Novice
This video will show you how to use Panopto’s editing tools to trim your video.

Trimming Panopto Videos” by Beth, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 05/22/2020



How to have a Discussion over a Panopto Video
Difficulty:  Intermediate

“How to Have a Discussion over a Video” by Chloe Reshetar-Jost, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/22/2020



Record your Desktop Screen with Panopto
Difficulty:  Intermediate

“Using Panopto Capture” by Chloe Reshetar-Jost, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 03/26/2020



Install Panopto Mobile on iOS Devices
Difficulty:  Intermediate

This tutorial will guide you through installing Panopto Mobile on your iOS device.



Creating and Grading Panopto Video Assignments in Canvas
Difficulty:  Intermediate
This tutorial is going to guide you through creating a video introduction assignment in Panopto inside of canvas and also guide you through grading the assignment.


Using Panopto Quizzes to Get to Know Your Students
Difficulty:  Intermediate
This tutorial shows instructors how to use videos and quizzes in Panopto to introduce yourself to your students and collect some responses from them.


How to add Quizzes in Panopto Videos
Difficulty:  Advanced

Here, we’ll teach you how to create a video quiz in Panopto. We’ll also teach you how to set up a Panopto quiz as an assignment. Then, when students take the quiz, their results will automatically be added in the Canvas grade book.


“Video Quizzes: Panopto + Canvas” by Chloe Reshetar-Jost, The University of Texas at Austin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

Updated: 04/08/2020