Lecture capture technology goes beyond just recording classroom lectures. It’s a cool tool that can help improve both teaching and learning. Here’s how.
Echo360 has released EchoSystem 5, an update to the lecture capture and blended-learning platform that adds live webcasting features and new software-based classroom capture.
The Center for Digital Education has released a new research paper, "Funding Lecture Capture in Higher Education."
Panopto has come out with a new version of its media capture and management application, which will shortly be available with an app version for the Apple iPhone and iPad.
Sonic Foundry has released a version of its lecture capture software that allows users to view presentations on their mobile devices.
Crestron has come out with a new high-definition lecture capture kit that provides "one-button" operation. CaptureLiveHD lets users schedule, record, publish online, and view lectures, presentations, seminars, and training sessions.
Desire2Learn has unveiled a new release to its learning management platform, offering enhancements to streaming media delivery and new integration features supporting Google Apps for Education.
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.
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.
Streaming video allows the College of Medicine at Penn State to broadcast complex surgeries outside of the operating room.