Category Archives: CMN 314

Summary of Course Resources:

Our CMN314 – Professional Presentations course uses Panopto as a tool to record student presentations. In this secured workflow, presenters are recorded by their classmates and given a private link to their recording. Only the presenter and course instructor are able to login and view the recording produced. At this time, copies of videos cannot be saved by students to their local computers. Recordings remain on the server one year from the date that they are recorded.

Getting started

Panopto is a secure Ryerson-hosted presentation recording and distribution system. It is critical that you log into Panopto before your first class. Estimated completion time: < 2 mins Register: Before class starts, login to panopto.fcad.ryerson.ca. Login with your Ryerson credentials. To receive email notifications, choose: username > User Settings and check “Send me notifications when… Read More »

Panopto in RCC 205

Please verify the following settings to ensure your Panopto recording is of usable quality.     Step 1: Log into Panopto Go to your browser (Google Chrome) and log into my.ryerson.ca using your Ryerson credentials. Go to panopto.fcad.ryerson.ca and select: Create>Record a new session Step 2: Set up the camera and microphone Check that all… Read More »

Presentation Timer RCC 205

RCC 205 features a presentation timer system. Step 1: Look for the access code (top left of countdown timer monitor) and enter it into the speakercontrol.com web page. Please note that the access code changes daily. Step 2: This system allows multiple users to access the timer controls concurrently (use case example: an instructor can… Read More »

Speech Evaluation workflow

ProCom Evaluation Forms is web-based presentation evaluation tool developed for ProCom by FCAD. At the current time, the project is only available to select beta testers.

PowerPoint setup

All ProCom fleXlabs make use of modern high definition, widescreen projection technology. The screens in these rooms provide presenters with additional space to hold images and text that would not be available with the legacy 4:3 format. By default, PowerPoint does not utilize this newer widescreen technology. To create a presentation that fills the entire screen, follow these… Read More »