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New Features in Panopto

April 10th, 2017

Panopto, Loyola’s lecture capture software, has some exciting new features. Panopto now allows users to easily upload slides to an existing session, change the thumbnail image for a session, access speech-to-text captions, and add quizzes to a session. For instructions on updating slides or thumbnail images, please click here. Automatic captions are now available to […]


Panopto “My Folder” Update

August 19th, 2016

Panopto is Loyola University Chicago’s lecture capture software. Panopto allows users to create sessions using a combination of audio, video, slides, and screen capture. As of August 1st, all Loyola faculty, staff, and students now have access to a “My Folder” in Panopto. This will allow users to create, edit, share, and store sessions within […]


Embed a You Tube Video in your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

Embed a You Tube Video in your PowerPoint 2007 Presentation

November 3rd, 2010

If you’d like to include a You Tube clip as part of your PowerPoint presentation,  you can easily embed a video to play directly within your slideshow. Follow these steps to embed a You Tube video in PowerPoint 2007: Go to the Developer tab If you don’t see the Developer tab, click the Microsoft Office […]


Create an Image Slideshow

Create an Image Slideshow

March 12th, 2009

  If you have pictures that you’d like to share, instead of emailing individual photos or posting many images to your Blackboard course, consider creating a movie slideshow. With QuickTime Pro software, you can easily create a movie slideshow from a folder of images.   While you may have the free QuickTime Player already installed on […]


Password Protect Your PowerPoint

January 22nd, 2009

Technology Tips receives questions about technology that are sent to training@luc.edu. Instructors and students also email blackboard@luc.edu with Blackboard related questions. We thought it would be a good idea to start compiling some of these questions and occasionally share the answers in our weekly Tech Tips.   Q:  I want to place my PowerPoint lectures on […]