Camtasia Relay is a screencasting system used at Temple University
Camtasia Relay is a presentation capture tool designed to record presentations from a computer desktop. Relay provides an easy way for a presenter to record the actions being displayed on the computer screen along with optional voice and video using a microphone and camera. Recordings can be directly published from a computer or supported mobile device to Temple University’s streaming media server.
Examples of Use for Online Instruction:
- Share a screen snapshot
- Narrate photos
- Capture a computer application in action
- Record your voice to introduce yourself to others
- Demonstrate a task to students
- Comment verbally on a student’s project or assignment
To become authorized to use Camtasia Relay, please submit a request by clicking the Request Help tab on the Computer Services home page. After your request has been reviewed, a Computer Services consultant will contact you.
To log into Camtasia Relay, please go to Temple's Relay site, and then login in with your AccessNet username and password.