SmartClassroom :: Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Case Study

Classroom Capture: Lecture Recording System Draws Devotees at Temple

TUCAPTURE's on the fly archiving of audio and video integrates with Apreso, Blackboard. Next up: handwriting capture.

If lectures are recorded during class and then offered online, will attendance drop as students attend class virtually instead of in person? That's still a big question in higher education, as it becomes more and more common to augment in class courses with an online component.

According to data from Temple University outside Philadelphia, virtual offerings actually increase student attendance. Temple is using a campus-wide academic capture system with great success.

TUCAPTURE, as Temple's system is called, uses Anystream's Apreso lecture capture software system to automatically record audio, video, and even handwriting during lectures, seminars, or virtually any presentation. The content is then immediately and automatically made available online....

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