Lecture Capture


Cisco Releases Lecture Capture System

Cisco has released Lecture Vision, a solution to help educators capture and share educational materials with students. Cisco Lecture Vision is a suite of modular solutions backed by a set of services created specifically for education institutions.

Camtasia Relay 4 To Improve Captions, Add YouTube Publishing

TechSmith has revealed details about a forthcoming update to the company's lecture and screen capture system, Camtasia Relay 4, this week at the Educause conference in Philadelphia.

illustration of streaming video from an operating room.

Streaming the Operating Theater

Streaming video allows the College of Medicine at Penn State to broadcast complex surgeries outside of the operating room.

Panopto Focus 4.0 Gets Moodle 2.0 Integration

Panopto has released a new version of its Web-based rich media video lecture capture and library platforms.

EchoSystem Lecture Capture Gets Moodle LMS Integration

Echo360 is embedding its lecture capture EchoSystem portal for multimedia course materials within open source learning management system Moodle 1.9 and 2.0.

Lecture Capture Takes to the Cloud

Columbus State Community College has formed an alliance with Kaltura and TechSmith to create a turnkey lecture capture solution that can be deployed via the cloud.

Desire2Learn Releases Capture 7.1

Desire2Learn formally launched Capture 7.1 Wednesday, bringing to the lecture capture system full integration with version 9.4 of the Desire2Learn Learning Suite, released about a week ago.

Echo360 Opens Grant Program

Echo360 is now accepting applications for its 2011-2012 blended learning grants program.

 Kno Textbooks for iPad 1.6.1 adds support for zooming and rotating 3D objects.

Kno Adds Khan Academy Resources to E-Textbooks for iPad

E-textbook developer Kno has released Textbooks 1.6.1 for iPad, bringing new multimedia resources to the textbook reader, including videos from Khan Academy, and adding new support for interactive 3D objects.

Closed Captioning: Getting Your Lines Right

As lecture capture and distance learning take hold in higher ed, colleges pursue different approaches to the issue of closed captioning and transcription.