Visitors often come to the lounge with similar questions regarding the use of certain programs, apps, and platforms. Those same questions may arise while you are at home during the weekend or out of town at a conference. This page was designed with the traveling inquirer in mind. Please view the list of topics below and watch the corresponding YouTube tutorials. If you still have further questions regarding any of the topics below please feel free to contact us.


As distance learning becomes more prevalent, students and facilitators alike are often expected to create a screencasts. The two programs we receive the most requests to learn about are Camtasia and Screencast-O-Matic. Please view the two tutorials below to learn how to create your own screencasts.



If you need a crash course on how to create quizzes and embed YouTube videos in Canvas these videos will bring you up to speed in a matter of minutes.



YouTube has become one of the most popular ways to share information. Several students and faculty members have come to the iTeach Lounge inquiring about how they can upload videos to YouTube and add captions. The two videos below will walk you through both processes.



Several students have stopped by the lounge seeking help with iMovie. iMovie is not as difficult as it may seem. In fact, it is a user friendly alternative to editing videos and it may also be utilized to create screencasts. The tutorial below will walk you through iMovie basics.