Lecture Capture

Scott Wesinger, PhD delivering a lecture using the recording system in Kimball 108.

Rooms 108 and 126 in Kimball Tower are equipped with lecture recording equipment. Any faculty member teaching in those rooms can record themselves along with the content which is being displayed on the projector.

Kimball 108 & 126 are equipped with lecture capture cameras. These cameras will record you and your presentation content so that it may be viewed by the students after class.

Recorded lectures can be used by students as study aids when preparing for exams. Other faculty members have found success in assigning students to view the lectures prior to class, and then using in-person class time for more interactive activities (case study review, group discussions, etc.). This technique is also known as the “flipped classroom” model.

See our spotlight on Marc Kiviniemi, PhD as an example.