- Keep Learning is a resource for instructors, students and staff.
- Teaching Tools has resources and solutions for:
- Content and storage,
- Learning management,
- Media, and
- Course Design and Technology workshops can be located at: calendar.missouri.edu/department/educational_technologies_at_missouri
Canvas and Panopto
Canvas is a cloud-hosted learning management platform. Panopto is a lecture capture and presentation recording tool integrated within Canvas.
- Canvas Info on MU Teaching Tools
- Panopto Info on MU Teaching Tools
- How to install the Panopto Recorder Application
- On university-owned computers, please locate the Panopto installer located in “Software Center”. If it fails, restart and try again.
- On personal computers, Panopto is available as a download from Canvas.
- Note: Some students have reported that they cannot view recording if they are in a playlist. To avoid using playlists, be sure to select the appropriate course folder before recording your presentation.
- Eric Aldrich and Boden Lyon (MU Course Design & Technology) presented Using Canvas, Zoom and Panopto: Recording from March 13, 2020 (Zoom ~24:15; Panopto ~40:00)
Zoom Videoconferencing — videoconferencing software that may be integrated with Canvas or used as a standalone application.
- Zoom Info on MU Teaching Tools
- Quick start guide to Zoom – information on how to install Zoom applications on your desktop, laptop and handheld device.
- Zoom Meeting: Step-by-step guide to using Zoom to record a lecture (PowerPoint PDF)
- Connect to a Zoom Meeting (Video)
- Schedule a Zoom Meeting (Video)
- Keeping out unwanted Zoom Participants
Electronic Advising – Zoom on MU Connect
- MU Connect allows you to set up Zoom as a “location” for advising appointments.
- Instructions for setting up Zoom as an appointment location on MU Connect: missouri.app.box.com/s/llfg14wwr5itar51k4ij8jdxsy6u7zxp (PDF)
- Instructions for setting up a “waiting room” in Zoom: missouri.app.box.com/s/ker6kr4lcj0abwhq7ii4mzv5s2goy9vk (PDF) (NOTE: this is an important step because anyone with the link can access your Zoom meetings at any time, unless you have a waiting room, where you “grant access.”)
- Direct assistance from the OeL, including help from an instructional designer or instructional technologist, via firstname.lastname@example.org
- Direct assistance from IT via CAFNR IT or find your campus-specific IT request portal
- IT should be contacted for issues related to hardware, networking, and classroom technology. For more information, review IT’s Remote work resources FAQ.
- Not sure where to go? Submit a ticket to email@example.com and we will direct your request to IT if needed.
Student Access to Free Software
- Visit Student Access to Free Software to see options for your class.