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Record Panopto videos with any computer using Panopto Capture

Did you know that Panopto Capture allows everyone at Aalto to easily record audio, video, and screens or applications directly within their browser instead of downloading the desktop application.

Luentojen tallentamisen periaatteet in action

Syksyllä 2020 julkaistiin Aalto-yliopiston periaatteet luentojen tallentamisesta (linkki periaatteisiin), mitä nämä periaatteet sitten oikeastaan tarkoittavat opettajalle tai opiskelijalle?

Periaatteet koskevat yliopiston tiloissa tai verkossa toteutettavien

With a little help from a friend

Some surveys conducted during the pandemic have highlighted the decreased social support of university students in Finland. For example, Sarasjärvi & Vuolanto (2021), who studied the well-being of 1064 university students

Anonymous grading in Turnitin

Did you know that you can grade Turnitin assignments anonymously? It’s easy to use, and by using it, you practically eliminate any personal bias that may occur during subjective grading of

MyCourses grade calculations

Do you need to calculate course or category grades according to a certain criteria in MyCourses and cannot find a suitable calculation method in grade settings? MyCourses has the possibility to

Add captions for your videos within seconds!


Did you know that every video uploaded into Panopto (whether it was created with Panopto or not) is machine-transcribed using ASR (automatic speech recognition technology) and

Webinars for teachers – recordings available in Panopto

Webinars for teachers recordings in Panopto, LES Webinars folder

Have a look!

Peergrade – A new tool for assessment and feedback

During the still ongoing pandemic, and in remote courses, you have probably come across that planning interaction in a remote course is harder than in a course at campus. And if

Book your session with a digispecialist – get help with your course

Are you puzzled by how to change your courses online, how to use different activities in MyCourses or how to use videos in your teaching? You can now book

Join Teachers’ Dialogue on 12 April

Welcome to the next Teachers’ Dialogue -virtual event on Monday 12 April, 9.30-11.00. This time Teachers’ Dialogue discussion revolves around digital services for teaching and learning

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