One of THE most popular instructional technology services provided to students across the globe is lecture capture, the recording of audio and video during a live classroom lecture and making the recording available to students via the web, on-demand in a timely manner. Upwards of 90% of students have favorable opinions about this service and speak highly of efforts to make such recordings available to them. In this seminar, we’ll look at two tools that are free (to SDCCD faculty at least) and can be used in any classroom equipped with a computer and projector. This post is a link to a YouTube Playlist containing the three segments of this recorded session. Mouse over the upper left corner of the video window to display the components of the Playlist if you don’t want to watch the video from the beginning.
Preparing your Blackboard shell?
Adding Users to Your Blackboard Shell
Blackboard course menu – Tool Links vs. Content Areas
What’s in the template Bb shell?
Customizing your course shell
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