Before your begin, speak as a group to determine how files will be shared, named, and organized so the group work can move along smoothly.
If you have file storage needs beyond Google Drive, your own computers, and/or back-up drives please contact us. We can talk about other options.
WHY are you recording?
WHERE will you be recording? - Online? in person? Over the phone?
WHAT are you and your subject comfortable using to record?
Consider recording limitations:
Recording phone calls, Skype conversations, and Google Hangouts without external microphones:
Skype or Google Hangout
These presentation examples are given by individuals. What opportunities / complexities does having multiple presenters create / introduce?
At their best, interactive elements in your presentation can help participants remember your message and content. They can also enrich your presentation with other perspectives and experiences. When they don't work, they can come across as gimmicks or even distract from what you really want your audience to remember.
So, before you incorporate interactive elements in your presentation, ask yourselves:
You can always link to web materials, but a common question is how to grab a section of a streaming audio/video file on the web for use in your presentation. Sometimes we are able to help download these files using DownloadHelper plugin for Firefox.
For those files that are protected from download there may be a way to “capture” the screen with an application like Snagit or QuickTime Player Pro. If you have questions/problems with grabbing video clips from the web let us know as soon as possible so we can help you find a solution.