March 30, 2020, by UNH AT Staff
Zoombombing is a method in which anonymous participants can use Zoom’s screensharing and other features to interrupt and disrupt meetings and classes. Zoom has reported that Zoombombing has become a major concern since all schools have moved to an online format. This post will provide you with a list of recommendations to prevent Zoombombing from happening in one of your meetings.
All users should refer to our knowledge base article Zoom: Controlling Participants in your Meeting for Academic...
February 25, 2020, by Alicia Medros
Whenever you embed a video into my Courses through the text editor (in an assignment, discussion forum, quiz description…) the video is “wrapped” in a player. The same goes when you add it to your Media Gallery, PowerPoint presentation or website. Over time these players have evolved to better serve users and not all historical videos have been updated to use the more modern, accessible players.
To better support all users interacting with video at UNH many historical players will be...
August 27, 2019, by UNH IT Staff
Kaltura discontinued the CaptureSpace application in June 2019, and UNH Academic Technology (AT) no longer supports its use. Faculty members who use CaptureSpace should switch to Kaltura Capture.
Kaltura Capture has a simple user interface, requiring only one click to record, without a complicated setup or a lengthy learning curve. Kaltura Capture is supported both on Windows and Mac. You can record your camera, screen, and audio, or optionally turn off any of the three. Once created...
October 26, 2018, by Kelsey Flannery (COLA, 2019)
Kaltura, UNH’s media platform, rolled out new features that faculty members can use to create a more effective, ‘tech-savvy’ classroom. The biggest updates were made to the Lecture Capture feature. Lecture Capture refers to the ability to record both video in a big lecture hall that can be uploaded for students to view, or the ability to record a video on your laptop from your office or your home. Kaltura makes it easy to upload videos for the students to use at a later date, outside of...
August 23, 2017, by UNH IT Staff
Academic Technology (AT) offers a range of services to support instructors’ teaching, learning, and professional activities. Here is a list of services that we believe you will find valuable. The staff of AT look forward to serving you over the 2017-208 academic year and invite you to explore this site to learn more about any of these services.
Academic Technology Instructor Services
myUNH Portal – https://my.unh.edu is your one-stop destination for accessing UNH resources and services. Learn...
December 22, 2016, by Alicia Medros
Online and hybrid courses for J-Term start in less than one week! UNH does have a campus shutdown beginning end of day Friday 12/23 and ending Tuesday 1/3. During this time on-campus support for faculty and students will be limited and we wanted to be sure and highlight what support is available.
24/7 technical support for myCourses is always available to faculty and students in your course by navigating to the help link in the lower left menu area of myCourses and select "24/7 Chat with...
February 20, 2015
We are now circulating equipment out of the Parker Media Lab in Dimond 237.
We've also added Saturday hours (12-4) to better serve you.