|Summary||How to capture and record screen content on multiple device platforms.|
|Author||Maintained by Matthijs van Mierlo|
|Help||Get help with this article|
|Status||Up-to-date for the 2023-2024 school year.|
Screen Capturing and Recording
Capturing screen content might be useful for a variety of purposes and applications including:
- Making a screenshot of content you want to share with colleagues
- Creating a tutorial video for community members
- Creating content for flipped-classroom instruction
- Sending a screenshot or screen recording of error messages to Tech
- And the list goes on-and-on!
There are many 3rd part tools that people often use, but Riverdale recommends the built-in solutions if possible. Continue reading below for information on how to capture and record screen content for your specific operating system and platform.
Built-In Screen Recording Tools
Most platforms have built-in screen recording capabilities. This includes support for screenshots and videos. For more information about platform specific applications and instructions, click the links below for more resources and support:
- macOS (screenshots, record screen)
- Windows (screenshots, record screen)
- Chromebook (screenshots, record screen)
- iOS (screenshots, record screen)
- iPadOS (screenshots, record screen)
Access Different Screen Recording Tools
If the built-in screen capture/recording options above don't seem like their enough for what you need to accomplish, submit a tech ticket and/or talk to a member of the Tech Team for help and recommendations.