The Complete Guide to Lecture Capture

TechSmith Camtasia

What is lecture capture? Lecture capture is the process of recording classroom lectures as videos, and making them available for students to review after the class. The term “lecture capture” is actually quite broad and can be used to describe a variety of solutions, software, and hardware. Lecture capture solutions take on many forms depending on how each individual intends to use them. Lecture capture 101. Why use lecture capture.

How to Record Lectures: 3 Methods for Online Learning Success

TechSmith Camtasia

But for some instructors, there are still questions about how to best record lectures and other instructions to ensure student access and success. For example, is it better to pre-record lectures or will students better learn in a Zoom or other online meeting environment?

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Less PPT Only; More Cool Interactive Tools Within Lectures

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NearPod is an iPad app that allows classroom teachers in K-16 and trainers in the corporate world to leverage the iPad during a live lesson or presentation. Numerous other apps exist that can be used as part of classroom activities. Great for small group work in a classroom situation. Emerging Technology emerging trends and technologies instructor led training Training emerging technologies instructor-led training interactive lectures white paper

Five Benefits of Lecture Capture

TechSmith Camtasia

The traditional classroom setting isn’t what it used to be. To deliver effective content, many instructors are turning to video lecture content to share learning materials without having to be directly in the classroom. So why use lecture capture? Below are five benefits of lecture capture: 1. Creating lecture material rich with visuals will help your students follow along with your content as easily as if they were with you in the classroom.

Five Benefits of Lecture Capture

TechSmith Camtasia

The traditional classroom setting isn’t what it used to be. To deliver effective content, many instructors are turning to video lecture content to share learning materials without having to be directly in the classroom. So why use lecture capture? Below are five benefits of lecture capture: 1. Creating lecture material rich with visuals will help your students follow along with your content as easily as if they were with you in the classroom.

The classroom option you should not ignore

E-Learning Provocateur

You’re sitting in a classroom watching a presentation – which started late to allow the “stragglers” to show up – when about 10 minutes in it dawns on you… What am I doing here? Despite my obvious predilection for e-learning, I am actually a fan of the traditional classroom. However the traditional classroom has plenty of downsides too. A modernised version of the traditional classroom is the virtual classroom.

Training: Create Video lectures for distance learning, MOOCs, Flipped Classrooms

Adobe Captivate

Topic: Create Video lectures for distance learning, MOOCs, Flipped Classrooms Date and time: 21st August 2014, 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM PT Description: Join Dr. Allen Partridge for this practical session focused on how to create and package great video lectures for all your eLearning needs.

How Flipped Classrooms Work

LearnDash

Flipped classrooms are becoming more popular in the education system as teachers look for new ways to present content, and for better ways to utilize live classroom time. Instead of focusing on lectures, class time in a flipped classroom is dedicated to some form of activity designed to get the students applying the concepts they are learning. To make this happen, flipped classrooms need some form of learning management system in place.

4-Step Flipped Classroom Strategy

LearnDash

The flipped classroom approach within education is only becoming more popular among educators in both K-12 and higher-ed environments. That said, not everyone is familiar with how to go about flipping their classroom (even on a trial basis). There is an abundance of resources, some more in-depth than others, providing guidance on how to use the flipped classroom model. flipped classroom online learning

Characteristics of a Flipped Classroom

LearnDash

Flipped classrooms are starting to gain in popularity across various levels of education. It is this blended learning approach that makes flipped classrooms an attractive option for educators. Lecturing can be done in a virtual environment using elearning and a robust learning management system. Even quizzes can be administered during non-standard classroom hours so that it can instead be used towards the practical application of the concepts being taught.

Lecture capture — as ubiquitous as online teaching

WizIQ

Server-side Recording Teaching Online Training and Education Technology Virtual Classroom leacture capture Online Teaching teach online virtual classroomDigital technology has been a massive boon for students and educators. By incorporating online learning components, teachers can make the material more compelling and engaging, allowing students. This is a short summary of this post. Visit The WizIQ Blog for full content and links.

The Flipped Classroom Cheat Sheet

LearnDash

With so much information available today on flipped classrooms, it is easy to get confused on what it actually entails. Truth is, a flipped classroom approach to learning can be rather simple or complex depending on the desired end result. With that said, let’s get to the quick-facts: What is a Flipped Classroom? Concept application then takes place in the live classroom setting with the instructor acting as the guide for the learning.

Flipped Classroom Facts and Figures

LearnDash

It isn’t uncommon for classrooms today to be flipped, but what exactly is a flipped classroom? A flipped classroom is when the lecture that is normally done in class is delivered in a different format, such as video, and students view this lecture content on their own time at home. Instead of giving the lecture in class, the teacher engages their students with various activities. The Future of the Flipped Classroom.

10 Virtual classroom software

Ed App

Associating certain spaces with certain activities, like classrooms with listening to a lecture, helps us not only to schedule our time but also instil activity patterns in our brains – we know that in this space, surrounded by those people we need to focus more.

6 Steps For Flipping Your Classroom

LearnDash

Flipped classrooms are becoming more popular given the use of various edtech tools today. To put it simply, a flipped classroom relies upon students to watch or read course content outside of class hours, and during class they are immersed in activities that applies the content. While the flipped classroom concept sounds intriguing, you may be confused on how to get started. 6 Easy Steps for Flipping a Classroom. flipped classroom instructional design

Generating Genuine Collaboration in the Virtual Classroom

InSync Training

Virtual classroom lessons should be more about learners working together collaboratively than lecture and PowerPoint. But, what purpose does collaboration truly serve and what virtual classroom tools achieve the desired result? Is it merely to allow a Facilitator the opportunity to lecture to a multitude of people simultaneously? Virtual Classroom Collaboration 50 Modern Blended Learning Blogs

Engaging Participants 3: Classroom Engagement

Your Training Edge

Most organizations still offer classroom training – it is effective, provides interaction, and provides a network for participants. In addition, if a group of learners comes to a classroom in today’s environment, they are probably concerned about how they are going to catch up on their already-heavy workload. For these reasons, we have to work even harder to engage these learners – and maintain that engagement through the classroom learning process.

or not to lecture

Learning with 'e's

In my previous post I wrote that even though research shows lectures to be less than effective in helping students to learn, they still persist in higher education. The key question is: What can replace the lecture? Therefore, although there is great temptation for lecturers to treat 200 students as a group, they should really be trying to reach each individual student, and engage them in learning at the deepest possible level.

The classroom option you should not ignore

E-Learning Provocateur

You’re sitting in a classroom watching a presentation – which started late to allow the “stragglers” to show up – when about 10 minutes in it dawns on you… What am I doing here? Despite my obvious predilection for e-learning, I am actually a fan of the traditional classroom. However the traditional classroom has plenty of downsides too. A modernised version of the traditional classroom is the virtual classroom.

8 Ways to Flip the Classroom for Your Online Course

LearnDash

Wondering how to use the flipped classroom effectively for your blended classroom? The traditional classroom structure has teachers delivering lectures during class time, and learners working on problem sets at home. However, online classes offer instructors a way to reverse that scenario by delivering class lecture content over the Internet, and using class time to work more directly with learners. Classroom debates. blended learning flipped classroom

The Complete Guide to Lecture Capture

TechSmith Camtasia

What is lecture capture? Lecture capture is the process of recording classroom lectures as videos, and making them available for students to review after the class.”. The term “lecture capture” is actually quite broad and can be used to describe a variety of solutions, software, and hardware. Lecture capture solutions take on many forms depending on how each individual intends to use them. Lecture capture 101. Why use lecture capture.

Interactivity and the Flipped Classroom

Raptivity

Flipped Classroom, as defined by Wikipedia , is an instructional strategy and a type of blended learning that reverses the traditional learning environment by delivering instructional content, often online, outside of the classroom. It moves activities, including those that may have traditionally been considered homework, into the classroom. Lectures are created by the instructor(s) and posted online. Have you ever experienced Flipped Classrooms?

Virtually There: 6 Techniques That Make Your Virtual Classroom Social

InSync Training

These tools can be used to build community and continue the learning conversation started in the classroom, or they can be used as a stand-alone “just-in-time” set of resources for training in the flow of work—or anything in between. Virtual Classroom - Best Practices Virtual Learners Social Learning

Characteristics of a Virtual Classroom

LearnDash

For example, one popular movement today being used in the education industry is the virtual classroom, but what exactly does this mean? The idea itself is not that hard to conceptualize, but often the characteristics regarding a virtual classroom are not discussed. Below are some of the key components of a virtual classroom. A virtual classroom allows both learners and instructors around the world to participate in live classes to collaborate and interact.

Different Types of Lecturers –Not all are Good–Which Inhabit Your Organization

Kapp Notes

People often like to compare game-based learning to lectures. Many people don’t realize there are also different types of lectures and most lecture types are not that good. In fact research has shown that while lectures are good for imparting factual knowledge, they are not that effective at imparting much more than facts. lecturers to an inventor and then validated by direct observation. They often structure the lecture around questions.

Teachers and trainers: Use eLearning to flip your classroom and take it one step further

Challenge to Learn

If you ‘ flip your classroom ‘ you reverse the lecture and homework elements of a lesson: lecture at home and do homework at school. This is the advantage of the flipped classroom. In this blog I will explain what the flipped classroom is and how you can start flipping your own classroom. But I will also show you how flipping your classroom together with the right use of eLearning tools can increase the retention significantly.

Flipped Classrooms in Corporate Learning: Concept or reality?

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One such learner-centric model being talked about in corporate learning circles is the Flipped Classroom model. This model, which makes online lectures available to students, was first introduced in the K12 structure to help absent students catch up faster. This has, however, not diminished the importance of classroom sessions, and a blend of both mediums – e-learning and classroom training – is often considered best for engaged and effective learning.

How to Minimize Distractions in a Virtual Live Classroom

ReadyTech

In the coming years, students ranging from early learners to university students are expected to largely replace traditional classroom environments with virtual platforms, including online demonstrations, lectures, and discussions between instructors and peers.

Converting Classroom Content into eLearning

CourseArc

Start reviewing your current classroom objectives, and compare them to your new eLearning objectives. For example, instructions such as “Sign in when you enter the classroom” could be rationalized into “Ensure you are signed in and authenticated with your correct online credentials before beginning your course.”. Instructional Design Online Learning classroom to online face to face instructional design

Using ELearning in the Classroom

LearnDash

Using elearning in the classroom is not only considered an add-on, it has become an integral part of the educational setting. Simply reading words off a page or listening to a lecture are vastly outdated methods of learning given that is one-dimensional. For those who still use classroom instruction, making use of technology to enhance it is simply a win-win situation.

Will a Harvard Professor’s New Technology Make College Lectures a Thing of the Past?

KnowledgeStar

Flipped Classroom Future of education future of learning LearningThis is straight from Good Education by Liz Dwyer. It actually makes me believe that change can come to Education sooner than ever before. It’s a case of ‘if it’s broken fix it’ It’s the model that was first talked about by Here are a few more articles and sources for you to learn [.].

What’s the Difference Between eLearning and Classroom-Based Learning?

Cloudshare

If you’re adopting an eLearning classroom, you’re inevitably switching away from traditional classroom-based training. eLearning Vs. Classroom-Based Learning. Let’s start by comparing and contrasting online learning vs classroom learning.

Moving Classroom Training to eLearning

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

eLearning is not just an online representation of what we would do in the classroom.     And the methods used in eLearning cannot be the same as classroom methods: lecture, note-taking, discussion. It will come across as a lecture, and adults in the business world will have a hard time holding their focus on it and absorbing it. By trying to stick closely with live classroom paradigms for eLearning, we risk having it fail.

The Importance of eBooks in a Flipped Classroom

Kitaboo on EdTech

Flipping the classroom has become a hot topic in educational circles in recent times. The idea is that students first learn course content online, usually at home, and the time in the classroom is devoted to what used to be traditionally homework, with the teacher’s assistance. Many articles have been written on how the idea of a Flipped Classroom has gained currency with the advent of eBooks and digital learning content.

Benefits of Mobile Devices in the Classroom

LearnDash

So what makes mobile devices so appealing in a classroom setting? For example, students can answer polls, tweet questions, and look up information during lectures. First, it is difficult for students to avoid distractions, opting to watch a funny YouTube video instead of the lesson lecture. Mobile devices today are introducing exciting new possibilities when it comes to digital learning.

Blending Webinars with Traditional Classroom Learning

InSync Training

Webinars (term for web-based seminars, presentations, lectures or workshops) are an interesting and effective medium for knowledge transfer and learning. This post was originally written by Sunder Ramachandran on his blog Learning Experiments. Many thanks for sharing. Blended learning Webinars

Online Academy Helps to Keep Lectures Where They Belong: Out of.

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Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Online Academy Helps to Keep Lectures Where They Belong: Out of the Classroom by Jon on March 21, 2011 in Classroom Learning , Video , blended learning Where do the most innovate ideas in learning come from? And what used to be homework [solving problems] is now done in the classroom.”