The process of recording and archiving the content of al ecture, conference, or seminar, consisting of hardware and software components that work in synergy to record audio and visual components of the lecture. It also includes screen image capture software that can record activity on a computer screen. Videos can be made using this software and the computer for uploading into LMS platforms or other content management systems. Recent studies have demonstrated that recorded lectures improve student engagement and achievement by providing individual control over the pace of learning and the ability to review complex topics.
Screen recording software and video production software that supports the creation of videos with embedded quizzes and export of video into multiple formats. It provides faculty a quick and easy avenue to create desktop/laptop voice-narrated recordings of presentations and video which can be uploaded into the LMS, Youtube, or online media platform. As part of a CSU systemwide TechSmith contract, Camtasia Studio is available for free on all campus workstations and laptops. Contact your Director of Academic Technology for download and install information.
Screen image capture software that can also record actions on a computer screen. Features included editor allowing for image enhancement or annotation. As part of a CSU systemwide TechSmith contract, SnagIt is available for free on all campus workstations and laptops. Contact your Director of Academic Technology for download and install information.
Lecture capture that is powered by software and hardware. Classrooms can be equipped with a camera, microphone and either software or a hardware appliance that allows the Echo360 system to record lectures in real time. CSU campuses using Echo360: Maritime Academy, Northridge, San Francisco
Lecture capture that provides cost-effective, easy-to-use software to integrate with learning management systems and runs on any laptop. Campuses using Panopto: Channel Islands, East Bay, Long Beach, Monterey Bay, San José, San Luis Obispo