Posts Tagged 'classroom'

High-Touch or Automated Classroom Capture?

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Creating video content takes a lot more effort than just flipping on a camera.

After all, it seemingly takes a small army to make the videos we watch as couch potatoes in our living rooms. Technicians need to get equipment in place. The lighting needs to be just right. Audio inputs have to be managed. And once you have good video captured, you need other professionals to edit it all together.

Little wonder that some folks can get overwhelmed ...

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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This maxim may seem outdated in today’s video-enriched classroom, where lecture capture systems have become so simple that even the most technology adverse professors can easily initiate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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