Using an iPhone as a Document Camera in Zoom

Demonstration Video for using an iPhone as a Document Camera in Zoom.

In this video, Dr. Ken Kiger (Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs at the Clark School) will walk through using your iPhone, a document camera stand, and zoom to record writing based lectures. This configuration can be used pre-recorded lectures or used in combination with live student interaction in zoom.


There was one critical step that was left off this video. As the host, you to "Pin video on the first screen" for it to appear in the recordings. To do this select gallery view (upper right), and then select three dots in the upper right of the phones video feed, and select "Pin video on first frame":
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We will re-record and update this page as time allows but wanted to get the information out sooner rather than later.

If you are interested in one of these stands, please complete a request here. We will do our best to fulfill the requests. The wooden stand was designed by Lauren in Terrapin works. The 3D printed stand originally comes from Thingaverse

Once the video is created and on your local hard drive here are instructions for uploading to your Canvas course.

This video was created in the Siegel Learning Center. If interested in using this facility, please contact dets-support@umd.edu.




Keywords:Instructional Remote Lecture Capture Zoom iPhone   Doc ID:99054
Owner:Jim Z.Group:University of Maryland Engineering IT
Created:2020-03-18 12:12 ESTUpdated:2020-03-20 15:34 EST
Sites:University of Maryland Engineering IT
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