Lecture Capture: Innovation or Capitulation

November 16, 2009

Just a quick post on the session that Josh Baron, Jenn Stringer and I held at Educause Annual. For a Friday session at 8 am, we had a pretty good crowd. Held it in a point-counter point style trying to include the audience. Each question was accompanied by a fact slide with some statistic or report finding. The slides are available on the Educause session site. Inside Higher Ed also had an article, Fans and Fears of ‘Lecture Capture’, that included some highlights from our session and several other sessions on lecture capture. We intend to write more thorough paper on the topic over the next several months.

3 Responses to “Lecture Capture: Innovation or Capitulation”

  1. Mathieu Plourde Says:

    I love your quote in the Inside Highered article. Bad teachers are the problem, not lecture capture. Although we all agree that there are cheap ways to record a lecture, automated systems do make a huge difference.

  2. Mathieu Plourde Says:

    Just realized someone from Stanford owned the quote… Sorry 😉 Nice article anyway!

  3. marahancock Says:

    Yes, the quote was from Jenn Stringer, the Director for Academic Computing at the Stanford Med School. They did some interesting attendance studies that led to that conclusion.

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