Classroom Lecture Capture - Live and Archived Content
Classroom lecture capture enables you to record or stream a class lecture live over the Internet through a secure interface viewable only by students registered for your course. Classroom lecture capture enables your distance education students to view the exact same lecture given to your face-to-face students either live or when it's convenient to them. Classroom lecture capture can also be used to provide your face-to-face students access to each lecture given throughout the semester, which they can then review come exam time potentially improving student GPAs. Students enjoy having access to recorded lectures and when surveyed, they ask for more classroom lecture capture usage campus wide.
ECU supported classroom lecture capture solutions include –
MediaSiteMediaSite is a hardware-based lecture capture tool installed in some classrooms. Content captured through MediaSite is streamed live or archived for future viewing. Only students enrolled in the class are able to access the MediaSite content. Depending on the installation, MediaSite is able to capture the following:
DVD player Audience camera
Contact the instructional technology consultant (ITC) for your academic unit to have your class added to the MediaSite schedule or for instruction on using the equipment.
SabaMeeting (formerly Centra)
SabaMeeting is a software-based Web conferencing solution that provides a virtual classroom environment which can be used to capture your live, face-to-face lectures. By presenting to your face-to-face courses utilizing SabaMeeting's interface, students logged on from their own computers can interact with you and your face-to-face students as if they are actually in the classroom. Centra contains many features to provide the virtual classroom experience and training is recommended to get the most out of SabaMeeting.
To get started using SabaMeeting or to sign up for one of our Centra training courses, visit the SabaMeeting Resource Center.