Due to a natural disaster or other problem preventing your access to campus, you can not lead your lecture. If you cannot get a colleague to deliver your lecture or fill in for you, there are some options we can offer.
Post the text of your lecture on Gauchospace for students to read, along with any PowerPoint slides or additional materials for them to review. It is best to convert your lecture notes, PowerPoint or Keynote presentations to PDF format and upload the PDF version to avoid problems students may have being able to view the content.
You may take advantage of the GauchoCast streaming server and the Panopto Recorder software to prerecord your lecture and post it on GauchoSpace. You may choose to have students view the lecture online outside normal class time from a link on GauchoSpace, or have your TA play it on the projection screen in class. A Panopto recording of a lecture will look like this:
Dr. Lisa Berry, in Instructional Development, has put together a short overview video to walk you through the steps of:
Additional help on using GauchoCast is available on the web at the GauchoCast support site: https://support.gauchocast.ucsb.edu/instructors.
Technical support: Nobu Matsuo (Kerr Hall 1160, Media Equipment) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use Zoom, the campus' desktop videoconferencing software, to deliver your lecture from a remote location, and/or allow remote students to attend lecture virtually (i.e. not in the classroom). With Zoom you can transmit live audio and video of yourself and your students, as well as use screen sharing to deliver on-screen presentation materials.
Note: Delivering a lecture via Zoom to your classroom requires coordination with Instructional Development staff and/or your TAs/students to ensure that the classroom Zoom session starts properly. Please complete the "Remote Lecture Request Form" and follow the instructions below.
Questions? Contact Jim Gallagher, in Media Equipment, at email@example.com or by phone at (805) 448-8691.
First Time Zoom Users
NOTE: You will only need to download and login this way once on each device that you use for Zoom. Your device will remember the login information.
To Broadcast your Lecture Live via Zoom TO A CLASSROOM at UCSB
24-48 Hours before Class:
20-30 minutes before class:
10-15 minutes before class:
To Conduct a Virtual Lecture or Section Online
Students and instructors attend via Zoom, recommended only for small class sizes.
24-48 hours before class
10-20 minutes before class: