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  2. Working with folders

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/working-with-folders
    22 Feb 2019: User Guides. Search. Navigate to the Panopto portal. Click the green Create button at the top of the screen, choose the option to create a New Folder. A dialog box appears. Type in a folder name and enter a description (optional). If you’re
  3. Using podcasts

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/using-podcasts
    22 Feb 2019: User Guides. Search. Panopto makes MP4 (audio) and MP4 (audio and video) versions of every recording available through podcasts and RSS feeds. By subscribing to the feed, the podcast from each new recording within a folder will automatically be
  4. Download sessions

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/download-sessions
    22 Feb 2019: User Guides. Search. By default, anyone with access to the sessions and has a Monash authcate, can download the file. Full screen view in the Panopto player is recommended. Skip to 1:51 for 'Making your sessions available for download'. Navigate to
  5. Add Panopto block

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/add-panopto-block
    22 Feb 2019: User Guides. Search. Full screen view in the Panopto player is recommended. Skip to 0:21 for 'Adding the Panopto block'. To use Panopto, you'll first need to add the Panopto block to your Moodle unit. Note:This is only done once per unit. Navigate
  6. Guide for Moderators

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/guide-for-moderators
    19 Mar 2019: User Guides. Search. A moderator can be arranged through your faculty to assist in monitoring and moderating the live-stream during class. While the lead academic runs the lecture as usual, a moderator can manage online discussion by posing and
  7. Sessions using Panopto

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/sessions-using-panopto
    22 Feb 2019: User Guides. Search. Search a session. Navigate to the Panopto portal. In the top Search bar, type in the name of the session you’re searching for. Press Enter on your keyboard or click on the magnifying glass. Navigate to the Panopto portal.
  8. Basic Editing with Panopto

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/basic-editing-with-panopto
    22 Feb 2019: User Guides. Search. The Panopto editor allows for easy web based editing from any modern browser. You can perform quick, non-destructive edits to any video on the Panopto platform and deliver exactly the content you choose to viewers. Full screen
  9. Viewing Statistics and Analytics

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/viewing-statistics-and-analytics
    28 Feb 2019: User Guides. Search. View Statistics. Panopto statistics provide academics insight into the viewing behaviours of students. Statistics include the number of views, number of unique viewers, duration of viewing and identifying individuals who viewed
  10. Using Notes

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/using-notes
    22 Feb 2019: User Guides. Search. Panopto's note taking ability gives you and your students the ease of typing out notes during a live broadcast. Notes will appear time-stamped to session when they were entered. Notes can be searched in Panopto, making it a very
  11. Using captions

    https://www.monash.edu/learning-teaching/innovation/userguides/using-captions
    28 Feb 2019: User Guides. Search. Panopto has the ability to add Automated Speech Recognition (ASR) generated captions to your sessions. This means you can view a session and read a text based version of the content. Note: Machine-generated captions clearly

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