Sharing is Caring When it Comes to Lecture Capture

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By Alan D. Greenberg

When it comes to lecture capture, sharing is caring.

But I’m not talking about “sharing” in the way that Big Bird or Mr. Rogers encourages toddlers to share their toys. Rather, this is about the different meanings invoked by the idea of “sharing” in the classroom.

The very concept of lecture capture truly is about sharing – taking the drama (or routine) of a moment and giving it a place where all can experience it in digital eternity. It’s ...

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Classroom Capture: It’s Good to Have Someone Watching Over Your Shoulder

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

It never hurts to have a watchful eye looking over your shoulder.

This maxim may seem outdated in today’s video-enriched classroom, where lecture capture systems have become so simple that even the most technology adverse professors can easily initiate the recording of an in-class presentation for later viewing.

Video in the classroom has not always been this straightforward. Recall the traditional process of recording video in a learning environment. In a big classroom, a technician would sit in a ...

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Removing Human Error from the Content Capture Workflow

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

When designing a streaming solution, it’s not a bad idea to know a thing or two about human nature.

Truth be told, many of us are absent-minded. Others don’t want to mess up their day fiddling with hard-to-use technology. And still others are just plain lazy.

There’s nothing wrong with that, of course. We all have our own shortcomings. Unfortunately, the success of a significant streaming investment may just boil down to designing a solution around our common failings.

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Removing Human Error from the Content Capture Workflow

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

When designing a streaming solution, it’s not a bad idea to know a thing or two about human nature.

Truth be told, many of us are absent-minded. Others don’t want to mess up their day fiddling with hard-to-use technology. And still others are just plain lazy.

There’s nothing wrong with that, of course. We all have our own shortcomings. Unfortunately, the success of a significant streaming investment may just boil down to designing a solution around our common failings.

In ...

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