If your school has been producing course videos the same way for years, it may be time to update your technique to make sure students are still watching. Purdue shares lessons learned from an unconventional approach.
Since last August, students at Marshall B. Ketchum University have viewed more than 1,700 hours of video lectures 52,000 times.
According to Perry Samson, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at University of Michigan, if your goal is to improve student outcomes, employ active learning techniques.
The best flipped courses provide students with compelling, interactive learning content to hold their attention outside of class. Here are five ways to take lecture videos to the next level.
Sonic Foundry today introduced Mediasite Join, a cloud service for recording videoconference sessions and turning them into searchable, on-demand video content.
The University of Bristol has deployed a new video creation and management platform in an effort to improve integration with its learning management system and ease faculty use.
The University of Leeds has rolled out a new lecture capture platform to allow students to review lectures and access recordings of other classroom activities.
The University of Western Ontario has implemented a hybrid storage appliance to ensure continuous availability of its online video lectures.
Echo360 has launched the Active Learning Platform, a cloud-based system that incorporates lecture capture, learning analytics, content management and student engagement tools.
MediaCore’s screencasting software Capture is coming to Chrome via a free browser plugin that records a user’s activity using the same technology as Google Hangouts.