Leadership Series Web Seminars
Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2-3 pm ET
Removing Roadblocks to Lecture Capture
Many colleges and universities want to offer lecture capture capabilities for faculty and students, but budget constraints often relegate such desires to the "maybe next year" pile. This Web seminar looks at an affordable, easy-to-use approach to lecture capture that lets any institution start small and grow. It is easily scalable to accommodate a growing group of users without impacting budgets.
Join Web Seminar Editor J.D. Solomon and a panel of lecture capture experts and practitioners for a discussion of topics such as:
•How institutions can afford to bring lecture capture technology to the entire organization.
•How recorded lectures can be used both before and after class to engage students in the subject matter.
•How lecture capture technology can serve non-traditional students.
•How instructors can incorporate easy-to-use lecture capture systems into their routines for lecture preparation and delivery.
Alan Greenberg, Senior Analyst & Partner, Wainhouse Research, LLC
Joshua Kim, Ph.D., Academic Computing, Dartmouth
Speaker three, TBD