The EOU IT Department has a limited supply of document cameras available for currently employed EOU faculty/staff to checkout on a temporary basis. These can be used to show hard copy books, worksheets and documents along with showcasing specific items during a hybrid class through Zoom.
If you qualify based on the description listed above, please complete the form below to request a laptop and check availability. This is a first-come, first-serve basis with no reservations available. All document cameras are checked out during a academic term, with the due date usually by the end of the academic term.
Here are the steps you would need to follow after you complete the form below to checkout a laptop from IT:
You will be required to sign and complete this terms and conditions form. You can download and sign this form digitally or print it and bring it to your scheduled pickup, if a laptop is available for checkout.
You will need to connect the USB to your computer or laptop so it will recognize the camera within your Zoom session. Please email email@example.com if you need assistance with this step.
Return the document camera based on the date listed on the form you signed and turned in. All document cameras are due by the end of the academic term.
Bring a state, federal, or EOU issued photo ID with you to your document camera checkout appointment.
You will be responsible for returning the document camera in good working condition. Any damage or missing equipment may result in a fee. Any equipment not returned by the due date may also result in a fee.
Download and Install OBS Studio
A) On an EOU owned Windows computer on campus this can be done through the Software Center https://kb.eou.edu/faq/software-center
B) On an EOU owned computer off campus contact helpdesk for assistance
C) For a personal computer this can be installed from https://obsproject.com/download
Launch OBS Studio and locate the Sources box
Click the +
Select the Source Type you wish to Insert
Check the Create new radio button and name the device
Select the Display or Device
To Enable/Disable items simply click the View icon to toggle them on/off
Click the red corner dots to resize cameras
Click and drag the video of a camera to move it to a different location on the screen
Now if you’d like to show both cameras side by side or swap from sharing something on your screen, you can do a Zoom screenshare to show the OBS Studio window and arrange things as you would like them to appear during your lesson.
If you have any questions about this service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.