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Apr 27, 2010 Round-Up: Lecture Captures

Tue, Apr 27, 2010

This week's round-up focuses on lecture capture technology, its projected impact, and why we should be paying attention.

  • The State of AV in Education (Campus Technology)
    "It's Scott Walker's business to know AV in higher education. Walker, president and CEO of Decatur, GA-based Waveguide Consulting, has been an independent AV consultant for 20 years. [...] We spoke with Walker about how AV technology is evolving in education and asked him about the trends he thinks will be significant for academic institutions moving forward."
  • What’s In It For Me Now: Rich Media Impact Awards (World of Webcast)
    "It’s a valid question. Why should I care about some awards program Sonic Foundry created to honor its customers? Too inside baseball, right? Wrong. Here are 5 reasons why I think the finalists of our 2010 Rich Media Impact Awards are definitely worth your attention, even if you aren’t, haven’t and never will be taking part..."
  • Making Open Accessible Content - Some Observations (Personal blog)
    A thoughtful set of observations on open accessible content from the College of Business' eLearning Dean at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • Capture your lecture for posterity (The Active Class)
    Addresses many of the common fears associated with lecture capture: "After all, what’s the point of coming to class if you can get the same benefit from watching it on tape?"
  • Will lecture capture replace asynchronous distance learning? (e-learning and distance education resources)
    Response to the March 10 2010 Campus Technology article "Lecture capture helps Riverside meet nursing demand".
  • Campus Technology: The Future of Lecture Capture is in the Cloud (
    Presentation slides and transcript for "The Future of Lecture Capture is in the Cloud", a whitepaper published Jan 2010.
  • 1018. Lecture Capture: A Guide for Effective Use (Tomorrow's Professor blog)
    "The posting below looks at promising new teaching and learning activity called “lecture capture.” It is by Erping Zhu and Inger Bergom and is from the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) [] at the University of Michigan. The article is part of the CRLT Occasional Papers series published on a variable schedule by CRLT ©Copyright 2010 The University of Michigan. Reprinted with permission."

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