The staff at the Center for Online Learning can help you select appropriate settings and tools to use for creating course materials. See below some materials created by Hunter instructors.
Prof. Aine Zimmerman used ShowMe on an iPad to explain parts of speech & grammar terms for German language students
Prof. Jared Simard used VoiceThread on a laptop to lecture about wrongdoers in classical mythology.
Using Zoom on an iPad, Prof. Felisa Vazquez-Abad created videos on probability theory
Prof. Jeanne Weiler used QuickTime Player on a laptop to explain the structure of a research article
Prof. Sissel McCarthy used Screencast-o-matic to create the mini-lecture “From one ‘berg to another” for her News Literacy class
Prof. Jack Kenigsberg used Loom to introduce Hunter College’s Reading and Writing Center
Prof. Lucille Croom used the ENO board at the Center for Online Learning in C104 to solve math problems.
Prof. Justin Garson used the recording booth at the Center for Online Learning in C105 to explain the differences between arguments and explanations.
Prof. Rachel Fikslin used the recording booth at the Center for Online Learning to create an orientation to her Psych 100 OER Blackboard course site.
Prof. Kristen Hodnett used the model classroom at the Center for Online Learning to create a video for professional development purposes on teaching reading comprehension.