Lecture capture technology allows instructors to record lectures that include desktop display (e.g., slides, videos, web, applications, etc.) as well as video (e.g., board and/or instructor) and audio for playback by students through the Learning Management System. Instructors can also (pre)record lectures in order to free up time that may be used for class discussions, group work and other activities that create an active learning environment and increase student engagement. Lecture capture can also be used in cases of instructor absence, to utilize “flipped” classroom instructional methods, or in conjunction with online or distance learning methodologies. The ability to access materials at any time allows students to review difficult concepts and supplement their learning experience with additional material provided by their instructor.
After significant research and evaluation of industry-leading vendors, the Panopto video capture and management system was selected for a pilot program to occur in during the spring semester, 2013.
If you would like additional information, or are an instructor that would like to participate in the spring pilot program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below.