Classrooms equipped with a Teaching Station or Teaching Station Jr. are multimedia enhanced rooms that help provide an enhanced learning enviroment for students. Many classrooms have Teaching Stations built-in to the room itself and provide standard function and user interface.
Please contact UTSC AccessAbility Services for information about disability-related supports and accommodations for students.
For technical questions about assistive listening systems on campus, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the respective link to watch a video guide on using the Teaching Station and Teaching Station Jr.
The WebOption Lecturecasting service provides you with the opportunity to engage in flexible learning, anytime, anywhere. Participating lectures are video recorded and made available for you to view online as internet video within 24 hours of the live lecture. Please visit the WebOption website (http://weboption.utsc.utoronto.ca/) for more details.
Using Camtasia Relay, it is possible for a lecturer to record the onscreen display from their computer-based presentation as well as their voice, creating a rich-media video stream of the lecture which can then be viewed at a later date by students. It offers simple editing tools that allow you to crop the beginning and/or end points, or extract a section from the middle of the presentation. Camtasia Relay is not able to capture external video sources such as document camera, and has a limited capability for onscreen animation.
Camtasia Relay is available on all UTSC classroom podium PCs and can be used on your personal computer. A step-by-step guide for installing and using Camtasia Relay is available online here.