• Although course material and lessons will be discussed through an online lecture, Sonocent can still act as a tool to audio record those online discussions.
  • Simply open your Sonocent App along with your course lecture if it is being provided online.
  • Use this tutorial on how to retrieve the best audio recording quality from your online lectures.
  • Please note, if you are experiencing any technical issues utilizing Sonocent, please email Liam Owens at

Please sure to check out the other tutorials that we have made that still apply to online learning:


  • Chat Room – All chats can be saved on Zoom:
    • When in a meeting, click on Chat.
    • At the bottom of the chat window, Click on Save Chat.
    • This will save your chat to your local recording location. The default is your Documents folder > Zoom > Folder with meeting name, date and time.
  • Transcription of Lectures – Full transcripts can be provided after the video lecture is generated.
  • Captioning lectures – Closed Captioning on Zoom. Closed captioning can be provided for pre-recorded lectures using Panopto. Average turnaround time is 1-3 days. Please contact FCPE at for this service.
  • CART (Captioning Access in Real Time) – Please email Brian Flatley at for options regarding capturing live videos.
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