Pre-Record with WebEx
If you have a WebEx account, you can record yourself giving your presentation. It is a simple as loging in by yourself, sharing your screen, and recording the presentation. Then all you need to do is send us the files.
If you are uncertain and want some assistance, we can meet with you on WebEx to make sure you are setup OK. If you don’t have a WebEx account, you can arrange a recording session with us. Please contact us at D2L@med.mun.ca
Here are some tips:
- Sharing Content: https://help.webex.com/en-us/5ddww5/Share-Content-in-Cisco-Webex-Meetings-and-Cisco-Webex-Events
- Recording: https://help.webex.com/en-us/n62735y/Record-a-Webex-Meeting There are two options recording to the WebEx cloud or to your computer.
- Sharing your Recording: If you record to the WebEx cloud you can share the link https://help.webex.com/en-us/n462og5/Share-a-Webex-Recording If you record to your computer, we can share Dropbox information where you can upload your file.
Pre-Record with PowerPoint
Before you Start
Microsoft has changed its support of older versions of PowerPoint files. So there is an extra step you must take before you start recording. If you are using a file that was created and saved as a .ppt you are likely to run into some issues that may result in you losing your audio files.
Before you record, please check that your PowerPoint file has the extension .pptx and when you open it, it does notsay Compatibility Mode at the top of the screen. If you are unsure, please send us your PowerPoint before you start and we can check it. You can also try a few slides and send it to us as a test. Email us at D2L@med.mun.ca. If your files are too large to send over email, please use the D2L Dropbox. If you need log on credentials, please email us and we will send you instructions.
Recording your Presentation
We suggest looking at these resources for instructions on how to record your presentation: PowerPoint | Keynote. These resources are directly from the developers of the software.
Or contact us for assistance at D2L@med.mun.ca.
Send your Recorded Lecture
Email us at D2L@med.mun.ca. If your files are too large to send over email, please use the D2L Dropbox. If you need log on credentials, please email us and we will send you instructions.