Set up your Panopto Zoom integration in Canvas. Panopto archives your recordings for long-term and provides cloud-based editing.
What is Panopto?
Panopto is meant for educational purposes only and allows for easy recording and reviewing of courses, lectures, and presentations. As a cloud-enabled service, UW has strongly integrated Panopto with Canvas to simplify the lecture capture process for course instruction and viewing. Recordings in Panopto are viewable on most Web browsers and mobile devices. Create content from your office, classroom or home.
Three ways to get your videos into Canvas locations for your students - default Panopto Recordings tab; URL copy and paste into desired page; and embedding video into selected location via the HTML page edit.
So another professor would like to use your recording from last year in their course? Simply sending them a link to put into their Canvas course is not enough. That original link has permissions for ONLY the original Canvas folder.
Here are steps for you, as well as for the receiving instructor, to follow to move a copy of the video into another Canvas course.
You can share any of your videos by manually adding other UW members to your share list. Simply locate your video (your course folder, My Folder, or from any folder you may have created) open the Share settings, and enter a valid UWNetID.
By default, only Instructors and Course Designers can perform recordings in a course Panopto folder. Create an Assignment Folder for students to record directly into. Set permissions for individuals or group work.
Send email with classroom and schedule to: tacMPS@uw.edu
or call the IT Helpdesk (253) 692-HELP (4357).
See the UW Copyright Connection for information on copyrights. The Teach Act, signed into law in October 2002, specifies “how far educational institutions must go in preventing copyright infringement.”
Panopto videos shall not be reposted, published, transmitted, modified, reproduced, distributed or used in any manner that is inconsistent with the purposes for which they were recorded.