Faculty may request to participate in the Lecture Capture project to record full or partial live classroom lectures for students to view or review, or record video presentations to supplement traditional or online courses. The Panopto system allows you to easily record classroom sessions, and uploads your recordings to streaming servers. Students in your class will have access to view these recordings via the internet from any PC browser and most mobile devices.
Lecture Capture technology is another tool for faculty to build powerful blended learning strategies (this is fastest growing segment of learning). As students engage with content more often, they increase their learning and comprehension. Faculty can facilitate richer classroom discussions because students are not absorbed in note-taking. This also gives faculty the opportunity to deliver supplemental learning in “chunks” for greater retention and learning.
- from CCAC Panopto Student Survey, Fall 2011
To participate in the project, faculty are expected to:
Faculty who wish to utilize the Panopto system for lecture capture should complete a “Faculty Interest Form” and return as an attachment via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Interest Form, and well as other informational resources can be found in the online Moodle course Technology and Learning. (See Section 1 for Lecture Capture; call the ServiceDesk to obtain the enrollment key).