Faculty Forum on Teaching with Lecture Capture -- Summary video from Dr. Andy
From Andy Jones
Thank you for joining us for our Faculty Forum about Lecture Capture on January 21st, 2022. Please enjoy the brief 5-minute summary of what we heard from you during the event and also the full event recording.
For those unfamiliar with this service, Lecture Capture is available on request to those who teach in any of the 108 general assignment classrooms equipped to record lectures. These Lecture-Capture-capable rooms can record your audio, computer output, and the document camera; additionally, 43 of these (larger) classrooms can also record video of you and any board work you may do.
Resources about Lecture Capture and other topics shared in the chat:
Classroom Lecture Capture Information Page in the IET Service Catalog
More information about Lecture Capture on the Keep Teaching site
To learn more about teaching technologies available at UC Davis, see our supported tools list
PlayPosit will allow instructors to embed questions and other interactions into the timeline of a video: here is how to get started: https://kb.ucdavis.edu/?id=6199
To learn more about editing in AggieVideo, see the recording of our “Maximizing Learning from Instructional Videos” webinar from this quarter’s Ed Tech Week https://wheel.ucdavis.edu/edtechweek
The automatic auto-generated captions done on ALL videos in AggieVideo are about 75-85% accurate. An instructor or a TA can edit those: https://kb.ucdavis.edu/?id=3249