Uploading Audio/Video to GoucherLearn via Panopto For Students


Goucher College uses Panopto to host a variety of audio and video files. When uploaded, these files become available as links in a GoucherLearn course, where course participants can stream the content to their own computer.

Before You Begin:

Step-by-Step Instructions:

1) Log into Goucher’s Panopto site

  • Go to  http://goucher.hosted.panopto.com
  • Using the USER LOGIN drop-down, select the title GL Production. If the drop down is set to Panopto or GL Development,  change to GL Production and click Log in
  • When prompted, type in your usual Goucher username and password (some browsers will log you in automatically if you are already logged into GoucherLearn)

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2)  On the left side of the page, select the desired folder that matches the correct Course ID. (This will link to the same course in GoucherLearn.)

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3) Click the CREATE button and select “Upload a Video” from the dropdown.

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4)  Click “Choose video or audio files” and browse for the video or audio file you want to upload.

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5)  After the green loading bar underneath the video has filled, it will change to say “processing”. This may take a while to complete. Processing time is dependent on the size of the file, your computer’s processing speed, and the speed and bandwidth of the internet connection being used. Once the video says “processing” it is alright to close the upload window.

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6) If you want to edit the title or description of your video, click on “settings” underneath the video. From here you can edit the name, the description, and a few other settings.

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See also:

Free Study Apps That You’ll Actually Use


Pomodoro – Allows you to allot time to focus on studying, projects, etc. in productive increments.  Allows you to manage your tasks, track your progress, and maximize productivity by letting you customize how long you want to work and how many breaks to take.

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Evernote – Unlike the “Notes” app on the iPhone, Evernote allows you to log in from any device so that you can add to your notes wherever you have WiFi.  You can also organize them, set reminders, add check-lists, etc.


Google Drive – Google drive offers free and unlimited storage and connects to your Gmail address.  It’s a good idea to save all your files online rather than to your computer so that if your computer crashes, you can still retrieve all your files from your storage like Google Drive.

Duolingo – Duolingo is a language-learning site that is free and encouraging! You can track your progress and see how far you have to go before become fluent.

Cram – This is a free flashcard app that allows you to customize your cards, read them front to back or back to front, have them read allowed, tracks which you got right and wrong, and can be used on your phone right before your test!

Hemingway – This app brings the Writing Center on the go by highlighting long, dense, confusing sentences or instances of passive voice or adverbs.  It also rates the grade level you are writing on as well as the readability.  While it doesn’t have a phone app, it does have a desktop app so that you can copy and paste your work without opening an Internet browser.

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Khan Academy – Khan Academy is especially good with math training but has a range of subjects from organic chemistry to art history.  It tracks your progress and is always free.

Rainymood – Gives you the comforting feeling of rain to help you focus.

Mynoise.net – A more customizable soundscape app.  You can feel like you’re at the beach, a coffeeshop, in front of a crackling fire, camping in the rain, or you can create your own.

Faculty/Staff Macbook Pro: Apple ID FAQs

  1. What is an Apple ID?
  2. If Goucher IT manages my Mac, why do I need an Apple ID?
  3. What if I have more questions about my Apple ID?
  4. What if I forget my Apple ID or Password?


What is an Apple ID?

An Apple ID is your account for everything that comes directly from Apple. This could include:

  • iTunes Music, Movies, and TV Shows
  • Podcasts
  • iBooks
  • iPhone and iPad Apps
  • Mac App Store Apps

Think of an Apple ID as an ownership list. Whenever you purchase, or download a free App, song, movie, etc, it is added to a list of content that you own in your Apple ID. This content can then be used on any compatible Apple device, without having to buy it again! (Note: While they’re both called Apps, Mac App Store Apps, and iPhone and iPad Apps are not the same thing, and can’t be shared across devices.)

Apple IDs, like most other website accounts, tend to be your email address used when you created it. Because the signup process also stores your address and other information to prove your identity, they’re also useful if shopping on the Apple Online Store, or to make reservations at the Apple Retail Store.


If Goucher IT manages my Mac, why do I need an Apple ID?

In addition to allowing you access to the iTunes store, and downloading apps onto an iPhone or iPad, an Apple ID allows you to expand the list of Apps that your Mac came with in the Mac App Store. In fact, Apple gives you a few just for being a new Mac owner!

apple appsBy opening up the Mac App Store (click on the blue icon with an ‘A’ on it on your dock), and then clicking “Purchases” at the top of the screen, your Mac will tell you that you have some apps to accept.

Once you sign in on this page, a number of great apps will be automatically added to your account, and begin downloading. Because the apps are now on your account, you’ll be able to update them yourself when necessary!

The apps you’ll get include:

  • Pages: an Apple version of Word
  • Numbers: an Apple version of Excel
  • Keynote: an Apple version of Powerpoint
  • iPhoto: a fantastic photo organizing, editing, and sharing application
  • iMovie: an easy-to-use video editing and sharing application
  • Garageband: an introduction to digital audio recording and music making


What if I have more questions about my Apple ID?

Apple’s Knowledge Base has a great set of Frequently Asked Questions about Apple IDs. You can find it at: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht5622


What if I forget my Apple ID or Password?

Visit Apple’s reset page at http://iforgot.apple.com, and you’ll be walked through the process of resetting your Apple ID.

As soon as you reset your Apple ID, every Apple device you own that uses it will ask you to re-enter your new password. Just put your new password in and hit “OK,” and it will save the password for future use!

Guide to Online Goucher Services for Faculty

MyGoucher My.goucher.edu
  • Use for official course roster and for grades
  • More support: MyGoucher FAQs
GoucherLearn Learn.goucher.edu
  • Use as a course website; enrollment is automatic
  • Share materials with your students
  • More support: GoucherLearn Support Blog
Password change Password.goucher.edu
  • To update your Goucher password
e2 Campus Notifications Tinyurl.com/e2-campus-goucher
  • Receive information about weather-related delays or emergencies
WebEx Goucher.webex.com

Resetting Your Default Keychain Password

Mac Users should update their keychain passwords any time they update their Goucher password.  This step is necessary for Mac users if they want to avoid losing any other saved non-Goucher passwords that are stored in their keychain.

To Reset your default keychain password on Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.5, and Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or later:

1.       Open Keychain Access, which is in the Utilities folder within the Applications folder.

2.       From the Keychain Access menu, choose Preferences.

3.       Click General, then click Reset My Default Keychain.

4.       Authenticate with your new Goucher login password.

5.       Quit Keychain Access.

6.       Restart your computer.

Accessing Student Email on an Android Phone

**Students accessing their email from a regular computer can simply point their browser to mail.goucher.edu.**

      1. Go into Settings on your phone. Select Add account.
        Select Add account.

        Select Add account.


      2. Select Google.

        Select Google

        Select Google

      3. Select Existing account from the options.


        Choose Existing.

      4. On the next screen, a login will appear. Press the icon in the top-right corner (looks like 3 dots), and select Browser sign-in from the menu. Click Ok on the pop-up.
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      5. Log into Google using your Goucher username and password, then do the same at the Goucher email login page.

        *** NOTE: You must log in using the format jadoe001@mail.goucher.edu.

      6. Customize your syncing, Google+ and payment settings if you wish. Otherwise, select Skip on the following screens.
      7. Your account set-up is complete!

Accessing Student E-mail On An iPhone or iPad

 **Students accessing their email from a regular computer can simply point their browser to mail.goucher.edu.**

  1. If you have an iPhone or iPad, the Gmail application can be installed through the Application Store.               



  2. Once installed, open the Gmail application and you will see the home page for Gmail. Log in by only using your E-mail address (Do not put your password in).
  3. Once you have pressed sign in, you will be re-directed to the Goucher Student E-mail Log-in. You can then sign in by using typing in your Goucher username and password.
  4. If you have any further problems, you may have two step verification turned on. In that case, consult this video for information about two step verification and how to put your email on your iPhone or iPad using two step verification.

Convert Email Addresses in Excel to Outlook Email List

How do I convert a column of email address in Excel to a useable list in Outlook?


These instructions work for both PC and Mac computers, using Outlook or Outlook Web Access.
The email addresses must be complete (name@server.xxx) and listed in a single Excel column to use these instructions successfully.


  1. Copy and paste the column of email addresses into a blank Microsoft Word document.
  2. A small clipboard appears to the right of the data. Click on this once and select Keep Text Only.
  3. Click the REPLACE button on the Home tab (sometimes found under Edit > Replace).
  4. Click inside the “Find” box and enter ^p. (Hint: The carat symbol “^” is typed using Shift-6.)
  5. Click inside the “Replace” box and type in a semi-colon. (Hint: The semi-colon key on most keyboards is to the immediate right of the letter L.)
  6. Click the REPLACE ALL button. When the process is finished, hit OK and close the Find/Replace window.

You now have a list that can be copy and pasted into the TO,CC,or BCC sections of an Outlook email message.