Tapping into Tegrity


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Tapping into Tegrity

  1. 1. Dr. Dionne N. CurbeamDirector, Instructional TechnologyCoppin State University (Baltimore, MD)
  2. 2. Agenda1 •Lecture Capture vs. Lecture Capture System2 •Tegrity Features3 •Imagine the Possibilities4 •Questions/Open Forum
  3. 3. Coppin State UniversityBaltimore, Maryland Founded in 1900 Historically Black College and University (HBCU) – Large student population from PGCPS Approximately 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students 359 faculty (full-time and part- time) 40+ programs of study
  4. 4. What is Lecture Capture?LECTURE CAPTURE LECTURE CAPTUREThis is an umbrella term SYSTEMdescribing any technology Lecture capture tools perform livethat allows instructors to recordings of a lecture, includingrecord what happens in their voice and relevant visual material, inclassrooms and make it as complete a manner as possible.available digitally. With a system comes retrieval tools (Educause, 2009) that aid the student in retrieving the whole lecture, or the parts of the lecture relevant to their learning needs. (Gartner, 2011)
  5. 5. Why a Lecture Capture System? Lecture Capture Lecture Capture System DeviceUpload to Web  Playback on Mobile Devices  Playback on Computers  Tracks Usage Data Provides Reporting Tools Built-In Accessibility Features Scalable for Wide-SpreadAdoption and Deployment 
  6. 6. The Hype Cycle for Education Gartner 2011
  7. 7. Sure…There Are Many Systems!
  8. 8. Tegrity Features Searches for any word presented in class on screen. Stream recordings directly to a mobile device with the Tegrity Mobile App. Interfaces directly with iTunes. Take notes on an iPad while a teacher is recording in Tegrity. Students can make their own recordings in secure environment.
  9. 9. More Tegrity FeaturesBookmark recordings and e-mail the teacher directlyfrom the recording.Live chat feature within the playback window.Reports on user viewing and downloads.Download the recording to a computer or mobile device.Place links of recordings on websites and in e-mails.
  10. 10. Easy as 1 – 2 – 3
  11. 11. Let’s Take a Look!!! http://eaglebb.coppin.edu
  12. 12. Let’s Take a Look!!! iPhone/iPod/iPod Touch iPad
  13. 13. Potential Uses/Benefits Parent Involvement Mobile Learning Movement (Horizon Report) Homework Tips Students with Announcements Disabilities Professional Student Remediation/Tutorials Development Training and Training Development Teacher Evaluation Student Self- Reflection Peer Evaluation
  14. 14. Does This Help? Does it Work? Better Grades: Students who review recordings more tend to have higher scores on tests and in classes. (Brittan- Powell, 2010) Supports Differentiated Learning: Teachers have a variety of lectures where students can move at their own pace and select content most conducive to their needs (Cornwall-Lebanon School District, 2011). Higher Parental Involvement: Parents felt more connected to teachers and student learning activities when having access to recorded lectures. (Tamaqua School District, 2009)
  15. 15. Considerations & ImplicationsNot a replacement for teachers.Bad teaching is, well, bad teaching…period!Not an assessment tool fully in itself.Students without Internet at home –download orwatch recordings at school or play on mobile devices.Policies and acceptable use for recording (teachersand students).Copyright and Fair Use Rules Still Apply.
  16. 16. Suggestions for Using TegrityBe natural…be yourself!It’s ok to make mistakes.Don’t be camera shy.Find an appropriate picture.Do practice recordings to test for audio level and to becomecomfortable with recording.Moving vs. copying lectures – select the most appropriate.Review your recordings. Seek areas of improvement.Hide recordings as opposed to deleting them.
  17. 17. Recommendations forDeploymentGood Audio is KeyThink About Your Surroundings Should You VideoHave “Model” Tegrity RecordingsIdentify “Champion” TeachersUse the Data Tools at Class Level & AdministrativeLevelTrain Teachers, Parents, & Students --- haveConsistent Follow-Up
  18. 18. Questions??Questions??
  19. 19. Thank You!!!Dr. Dionne N. Curbeam Twitter: dc_techE-mail: dcurbeam@coppin.edu
  20. 20. Listing of Tegrity Recordings in a Class.