Can You Hear Me Now? Pilot Study of Classroom Recording TechnologiesSummer Conference of the New Media Centers (2007)
In recent semesters, we have piloted three low-cost ways to make classroom recordings: - Audio-only automated recording, where just the instructor's voice is captured in a large lecture hall with permanently installed hardware - Audio-only recording using a portable device, where instructor's and students' voices are captured around a seminar table in a small room - Audio recording plus screen-capture using Sympodium hardware, where a movie of screen activity, including PowerPoint, is created with a synchronized audio track of the instructor's voice.
We tracked the costs and labor involved with these technologies, and surveyed instructors and students both before and after the semester.
Publication DateJune 7, 2007
Citation InformationElizabeth C Scheyder and John MacDermott. "Can You Hear Me Now? Pilot Study of Classroom Recording Technologies" Summer Conference of the New Media Centers (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/elizabeth_scheyder/2/