Flipping the Classroom at Eastern Michigan University
by Panopto on Dec 26, 2013
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The “flipped classroom” has garnered a great deal of attention in recent years. Also known as “reverse instruction,” a flipped class generally assigns recorded lectures for out-of-class ...
The “flipped classroom” has garnered a great deal of attention in recent years. Also known as “reverse instruction,” a flipped class generally assigns recorded lectures for out-of-class viewing, in order to free up the
classroom for more interactive, student-focused learning activities.
The WIMPi project at EMU utilizes Panopto for two basic purposes: to flip classes by limiting one-way instruction inside the classroom and to document student progress through the program. WIMPi professors use Panopto to deliver online lectures for class preparation and review,
prepare students for lab work, document acquired competencies, and record multimedia student assignments.
Panopto makes it easy to record, share, and search video–in a single solution that requires zero new hardware and zero specialized training.
Panopto’s video content management system automatically standardizes almost any video camera, then automatically encodes and uploads to a secure, searchable “Enterprise YouTube” of video content that can be shared internally or with partners and customers.
For more, visit www.Panopto.com or call 855.PANOPTO today.
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