Lecture capture is any platform that records a meeting, lesson or presentation in a digital format.
The recorded event can be streamed live, posted online for later viewing or set up for on-demand screening. In most cases, content can be integrated with a preexisting learning management or content management system.
Lecture capture is growing as many universities realize that it increases learning opportunities in many instances: for both international and working students, for example, and in case inclement weather prevents classes from being held on campus.
In this free guide you’ll learn about:
- The advantages of lecture capture
- What it involves
- 5 hallmarks of an effective system
- What to look for in cameras
- Best practices for camera placement
Lecture capture has many benefits for higher education institutions. Whether it be introducing new digital courses into your curriculum or supplementing existing courses with digital assets, higher education institutes should be paying attention to how they can move education online in some capacity.