REC:all is transnational learning technology project supported by the European Commission under the Life Long Learning Programme, it aims to explore new ways in which lecture capture can become more pedagogically valuable and engaging, and is investigating a variety of learning design, technical and legal issues.
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The Media & Learning Association launched a Special Interest Group on Lecture Capture and Video Use in Higher Education, which will take over some of the activities REC:all started up (webinars, face-to-face events, community building). Next week on Thursday 6 March 2014 a first webinar will be organised by the new SIG, the session will explore video based lecture capture systems in higher education from the student perspective and will ask whether there are any real and tangible improvements in terms of student performance or satisfaction rates through the use of Lecture Capture. Speakers will be Pierre Gorissen, Fontys, The Netherlands & Ilkka…Continue
An overall report on the 14 case studies of REC:all have been written, you can find it as attachment in this article.
Most important conclusions
If we looked at all the case studies, we may say that we have covered special tracks of scientifical fields, and that we have covered all stages in courses, from 1st year bachelors to master students.
We have succeeded in intensifying classical live lectures, to let students work on basic knowledge outside the classroom, so more space for interactivity occurs in contact time. Students are able to learn lower order learning goals outside the classroom. But also giving facility to lower order learning goals as understanding to a big amount of students…Continue
First there was lecture capture: professors could record their classrooms without changing the way they taught. Then came flipped classrooms – the lecture-first, discussion-later response to an increasing demand by students for a more personalized education experience. Adoption of the flipped classroom is rising rapidly and teachers are discovering what new opportunities flipping can bring for them to change the way of learning and teaching.
The Center for Digital Education, in partnership with Sonic Foundry, has completed a first in-depth, US survey on teachers' perspectives of flipped classrooms. In this webinar recording they present:
Discussion on future of lecture capture technologyfollow-up on the REC:all webinar held on 18 December 2013 with Abton Bollen from TechSmith, JJ van Delsen from Panopto and Andy Wasklewicz from…Continue
Video and audio for assessmentWednesday, 6 February 13:15 - 14:00 (UK time)- Discuss the issues with assessment and how technology can enable effective assessment; - Provide examples of tools used…Continue