Future of Lecture Capture on campus-SJ

Event Date(s):
May 08, 2014
Time(s):
02:30 PM - 03:30 PM
Category:
Saint John
Location:
Saint John

Event Details:

Please join Nick Cameron for a discussion of the future of lecture capture on campus, Thursday, May 8 at 2:30 pm in HH 339.

So much to teach, so little time. Lecture capture technology can help! Lecture capture is the process of recording a lecture live in the classroom so students can further enhance their notes after class, reducing the need for review during class time. Lectures can also be recorded in your office and distributed via D2L in advance so that class time can be used for discussion or other exercises.

There are many challenges to doing lecture capture, ranging from technology needs to privacy and intellectual property concerns. This presentation will start the process of developing a lecture capture strategy for the UNBSJ campus. This strategy must include a system design process that incorporates feedback from all parties (student and faculty) and a policy that protects the intellectual property and privacy of those being recorded.

Sponsored by the Vice-President’s Excellence in Teaching Committee
 

Building: Hazen Hall

Room Number: 339

Contact:

Ken Craft
kcraft@unb.ca