10 Tips for Creating Lecture Capture Webcast Recording

90-Minute Training with Bonus 45-Minute Resource

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Join us online to learn 10 tips for creating a lecture capture for your face-to-face, blended, and online courses. Our expert instructor will share examples of courses that demonstrate effective use of capture techniques as well as deployment techniques for media enhancements.

Pre-Webcast Recording: This is a 45-minute lecture capture, which will cover administrative and tactical considerations for engaging faculty, student, and IT in lecture capture.

This 90-minute training covers tactical ways of creating your lecture capture.  Numerous examples, from a variety of academic disciplines, of what to do and what not to do will be shared throughout the presentation.  There will be time for questions and answers at the end of the session.

Why You Should Attend

Faculty, faculty developers, and instructional technologists will learn to:

  • Identify various methods for gaining administrative buy-in
  • Identify ways to transform your learning and make it accessible to all learners
  • Create lecture capture for courses using the 10 best practice tips

What is Lecture Capture?

Lecture capture refers to recording classroom-based activities in a digital format that students can then watch over the web, on a computer, or on a mobile device.

Learning Outcome

After participating in this webcast, you will be able to create and use lecture capture for your face-to-face, blended, and online courses.

Agenda

Pre-Webcast Recording: Administrative and Tactical Considerations (This session will be available to the audience a month prior to webcast on lecture capture)

  • Administrative and tactical considerations
    • Faculty
      • Funding
      • Time savers and flipped models
      • Resource allocation and workload
    • IT
      • Infrastructure, server space, and hardware/software solutions
      • Network security services (push-pull)
      • Networking costs
    • Student
      • Bandwidth requirements
      • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
      • Access to media object
    • Transforming  Learning
      • Anytime, anywhere learning
      • Student learning and retention growth
      • Accessibility

Tips for Creating Lecture Capture

  • Themes from administrative and tactical considerations
    • Question and answer
  • Tips to creating effective lecture capture
    • Plan ahead! Write a script or outline. You may be a natural lecturer, but most of us, when faced with the idea of being recorded, ‘forget’ the lectures we know by heart.
    • Chunk or break up concepts
    • Use a conversational or ‘chatty’ tone
    • Practice!
    • Visual aids are a MUST
    • Switch out! If you are in a department where many teach the same class, divide the work. Different voices and faces help students keep interest.
    • Brand your work
    • Be real. Don’t be afraid to slip up and say things twice or stutter a little
    • Check your facts
    • Take a field trip

Instructor

Kathrine Bailey, Manager for Multimedia and Servers, Center for Extended and Distance Education, Austin Peay State University

Kathrine teaches and coordinates lecture capture techniques and technologies for the Center for Extended and Distance Education. She is the administrator for iTunes U at APSU as well as other lecture capture and distribution services for Austin Peay. Kathrine specializes in engagement technologies and is the author of the Multimedia and Virtual Worlds Blog (http://kitkatbailey.blogspot.com). She is a member of  MERLOT, USDLA, EDUCAUSE, Sloan-C, and the Tennessee Board of Regents Mobilization Team. She has also been selected to judge the SIIA CODiE Awards.