During my employment with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, I was assigned to be the project manager for the pilot of a new classroom capture system called Swivl. The director of the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence had heard of this device and thought it might be the perfect hardware to align with the latest active learning initiatives being promoted at the University.
The pilot was to last two terms. In the first term we were not satisfied with the number of faculty who volunteered to participate. In an effort to promote the platform, I produced a video to help faculty get started using the device that was pushed out to faculty prior to the second term.
This video was scripted by me with feedback from my supervisor, recorded with my mobile phone (Nexus 6P), and edited in Camtasia. The intro animation was created in PowerPoint and exported to a video file. The logo was captured from the Swivl website.