Enhancing and extending student learning with Lecture Capture

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A great deal of effort goes into a lecture, and having lectures captured electronically provides students with additional resources for reviewing course material. Furthermore, when students miss class for good reasons (illness etc.), there are limited options available for them to catch up on content, or the learning experience of the lecture. Lecture capture technology offers students a new way to access organized course content. In this talk eLSI will introduce staff to the Panopto Lecture Capture suite which has been designed particularly for a higher education context and is easy to use for both academics and students.

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  • Enhancing and extending student learning with Lecture Capture

    1. 1. Overview • What is lecture capture? • Why use lecture capture? • Lecture capture myths • Lecture capture workflow • Flipped classroom By Derek Moore
    2. 2. What is Lecture Capture?
    3. 3. The average professor speaks at 120-25 words per minute, but students write around 20 words per minute. Why use Lecture Capture?
    4. 4. Lecture Capture Myths
    5. 5. Lecture Capture Research
    6. 6. Lecture capture workflow
    7. 7. Flipped Classroom
    8. 8. THANK-YOU @weblearning

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