Camtasia Cohort

Camtasia Cohort

Cohort Philosophy

We believe that well-made videos have the power to humanize and transform the academic experience. And, we believe that Delta faculty are at the heart of those videos. With a focus on track-based editing, the Camtasia Cohort is here to support faculty efforts to learn about and create video content that humanizes, transforms, and makes a difference. In the cohort, we use Camtasia, but these are skills that are transferrable to other video-editing software.

About Coffee Breaks

Lively, interactive, and hands, Coffee Breaks give cohort members the opportunity to meet on a regular basis to share their experience with learning video-editing concepts and creating video content. Most sessions start with a short, editing-related topic and then shift to member questions and answers. Deanna de Azevedo is the cohort’s Lead Facilitator. Deanna has an M.A. with Distinction in Film Production and over 20 years of editing experience.

Schedule (Fall 2022)

All sessions are 60 minutes and take place on Tuesdays at 2 pm:

  • September 20
  • October 11
  • October 25
  • November 15
  • November 29

Running late to the coffee break? No worries! Join us whenever you're available. While sessions are scheduled for 60 minutes, sometimes the conversation is so good that the session runs long. If we run long, you are welcome to stay on or hop off.

This event is flex eligible under Category 2. 

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Deanna de Azevedo, Lead Facilitator

How to Join

As always, sessions will be recorded. Missed a session? Check out the archives!

Get Support

Ask your editing or other Camtasia questions here. Just click on Add Topic in our Camtasia support forum. 

Post a Question
Certification
  1. First, create an account in TechSmith, if you don't have one, using your Delta College email account, and then log into TechSmith. 
  2. While you are logged on, in another browser tab, go to:
    TechSmith Camtasia & SnagIt Certification
Share!

Let's learn from each other's work. Have a video-editing project to share with the cohort? It does not have to be finished work.

Post here