Panopto is a lecture capture software that allows you to create, save, search and share rich media presentations instantly with your students. The software can be installed on Apple or Windows machines. All you need is a microphone and a computer to get started.
For more information about Panopto and how you could use it for your classes, please contact email@example.com or call 273-2309 and ask for Lori or Jason for more details.
View sample videos recorded at UNI.
View the UNI Panopto Guidelines for use.
Apply for a Panopto Account
If using Panopto with eLearning there is no need to apply for an account. Please see "Link your Blackboard Course to Panopto" to start making recordings for your course. If you do not use blackboard please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have your account setup.
You may apply for a Panopto account by contacting email@example.com.
Link your Blackboard Course to Panopto
Download Panopto Focus Recorder
Once you have your Panopto folder setup you can log into panopto.uni.edu and download the recorder by clicking the record button in the top right or click Download Now.
Panopto Support Online
Panopto has several videos online to help you get going with Panopto
Set Up a Panopto Dropbox for Your Students to Upload Video Assignments
This PDF file tells you how to set up dropbox for your students:
Student Instructions for Submitting Video Assignments Using Panopto Unison
The following PDF can be provided to students to assist them in uploading their video assignments to Panopto:
UNI Faculty Quote
"I adopted Panopto to enable me to deliver content in emergencies, but have found that it vastly increases my flexibility in delivering content to my students as a matter of course and that it gives me the freedom to devote classroom time to a wider range of educational activities while still delivering the same course content. And my experience persuades me that making Panopto recordings of all my lectures available to my students improves the students' learning of those lectures' contents, and may even improve their attentiveness in class." Bob Dise - UNI Faculty member