Training, Consultation, Canvas, Lecture Capture, & Video Conversion.

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Rollins will gradually transition to Microsoft Teams as our videoconferencing solution, turning off Webex on December 15.

Teams will give the Rollins community a clear and unified videoconferencing experience and improved accessibility features. It also is a better choice for financial and support resources: Teams is included with Microsoft 365, and we can provide better support for your specific needs by all focusing on one solution.

What do I need to do?
• Keep doing what you’re doing: this transition is designed to be gradual; you can keep using whichever tool you’re familiar with (Webex, Zoom, or Teams) for now
• Watch for future updates and information: we’ll communicate throughout the transition, sharing training materials and support resources as we develop them


Canvas is the newly-adopted learning management system for the Rollins community. Faculty and staff can use Canvas to create course content, discussion boards, quizzes, embedded media, and more.


Kaltura is our all-in-one video tool that allows you to upload, store, create, share, and trim videos.

Kaltura My Media is the space where you can upload and store videos for use in any course through the external tools option in Canvas's Rich Content Editor. Once you upload videos to your My Media, you can embed them in multiple Canvas courses. You can also add faculty, staff, and students as collaborators to co-edit and/or co-publish videos.

Within Kaltura is a tool called Personal Capture that allows you to create a screen recording, webcam recording, voice only recording, or a combination of these. This tool is helpful in recording narrated PowerPoints and embedding them in a Canvas course.


Rollins has a site license for Webex, a video conferencing tool, which can be used for synchronous meetings. Webex allows you to join a meeting using real-time audio and video, share files or PPT presentations, or share your screen for demonstrations.

Faculty, staff, and students may access Webex and start a meeting by logging into and clicking on the Webex tile. You may join Webex by phone, laptop, or mobile device and may opt out of sharing video and/or audio.

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